Indonesia in View
31 August 2023, 9.30am – 6pm JKT | Jakarta

Indonesia seems to have it all: the 4th largest country in the world by population; favourable demographics – a young population with a high number of digital natives; a mobile first market with 188M smartphone users; strong local broadcasters and streaming services and the attention of the international players.

While 2023 has been marked by economic and political headwinds and consumer sentiment is cautious, nevertheless, Indonesia is one of the most competitive video markets in Asia and with local, regional and global streaming services going head-to-head, what’s in store for Southeast Asia’s biggest market?

Following the success of our event in 2022, AVIA hosted Indonesia in View 2023 on 31 August where we heard from some of the industry’s biggest players for a day of discussions dissecting the opportunities for growth in this expansive market, and how the linear and streaming businesses have changed over the last year.

State of Piracy (SOP) 2023 also ran alongside Indonesia in View, on 30 August from 12-6pm. SOP 2023 provided both an overview of streaming piracy and combatting it in the Asia Pacific region, as well as focused on the efforts and issues in Indonesia. 

Indonesia in View 2023
Date & time
: 31 Aug, 9:30am-6pm
Venue: Grand Ballroom, Level 2, Park Hyatt Jakarta
Address: Jalan Kebon Sirih 17-19, Jakarta, Indonesia, 10340

State of Piracy Summit 2023 (By RSVP)
Date & time: 30 Aug, 12-6pm
Venue: Ballroom 1, Level 2, Park Hyatt Jakarta
Address: Jalan Kebon Sirih 17-19, Jakarta, Indonesia, 10340


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Speaker Spotlight

Monica Rudijono
Managing Director
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    Vidio has been hailed as a rare local success story that has managed to successfully lead against other global players. What has been the secret to Vidio’s success and how does Vidio differentiate its service from other players?

    There are 3 keys to Vidio’s success, which differentiate its service from other OTT platforms: Content, Synergism with the group company, Emtek and various choices of Subscription Packages.

    Vidio has an in-depth understanding of the Indonesian market, which contributes to its success in content by providing various content types that suit the local market, especially premium sports and local original series, which are the most popular among Indonesian viewers. Vidio also benefits from being a part of Emtek, the biggest multi-platform media company in Indonesia, which gives it access to FTA channels, wider audiences, and production capabilities. Vidio also offers various choices of subscription packages that cater to different needs and preferences of its users.

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    Vidio has invested significantly in creating new feature-length series, which are the key drivers for its total monthly active users. Will Vidio continue to focus on these in the future? Any plans to market this content globally?

    It is Vidio’s dream to be able to popularize local content on the global market. However, Vidio’s main focus at the moment is still to maintain and even strengthen its position as Indonesia’s biggest and most complete OTT platform for original series. Vidio collaborates with the best actors and filmmakers in the country and benefits from Emtek’s support as a group company. Vidio also aims to improve the quality of its content and to popularize it in the regional and global markets, starting with providing English subtitles. Vidio’s ultimate vision is to support the development of Indonesia’s creative film industry and become an important economic driver in the country.

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    Vidio attracted a lot of attention owing to its premium sports content, but it appears to be costly. How can your platform retain profitability while managing the costs associated with premium sports licensing?

    This is where the synergy with Emtek really makes a difference for Vidio. Vidio may cooperate with other media companies under Emtek to acquire huge programs and content. For instance, the FIFA World Cup which was shown on Vidio, the FTA channel, and Nex Parabola. The buying costs and license fees might be shared across these multiple media companies. Brand partners are more interested in supporting this huge program and content because they will receive visibility not only on Vidio but also on FTA and other lines of media within the Emtek group. This is how Vidio gets access to premium sports programming like the Asian Games, AFF Suzuki Cup, FIFA World Cup, Olympics, BRI Liga 1, Premier League, and many more.

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    What are Vidio’s key priorities and where do you see the growth opportunities for the year ahead?

    In the upcoming years, Vidio will continue to focus on four aspects that are believed to provide opportunity for growth & development: Content, Partnership, Products and Technology, and our Ecosystem.

    Vidio offers the most complete range of content, including FTA channels, premium sports, and original series, that cater to the local market. Vidio also has the most extensive distribution network, partnering with various stakeholders from different industries, to make its service easily accessible to customers. Vidio is built by top local engineers and has a digital infrastructure that can handle large consumption data fluctuation and deliver high-quality streaming. Vidio also benefits from the synergy with Emtek, the biggest multi-platform media company in Indonesia, which provides it with knowledge, facilities, and capacity. Vidio’s vision is to become the best OTT platform for Indonesians.


Todd Loewenstein
Head of Industry Strategy – Media and Entertainment
Akamai Technologies
Dhini W Prayogo
Country Manager, Indonesia
Bettina Cavenagh
President Director
Clarity Research
Abid Hussain
Creative Stew
Ashim Mathur
VP, APAC Marketing
Dolby Laboratories
Mutia Nandika
Group Sales & Marketing Director
Akshay Sharma
GroupM Indonesia
Mike Wiluan
Chief Executive & Creative Officer
Infinite Studios
Nick Chuah
Managing Director APAC
Hary Tanoesoedibjo
Executive Chairman
MNC Group
Hari Susanto
CEO MVision & KVision
MNC Group
Titan Hermawan
President Director
MNC Pictures
Stéphane Le Dreau
SVP, Regional General Manager, APAC
Ruben Hattari
Director, Public Policy Southeast Asia
Tizar Patria
Senior Manager of Business Development (Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia)
Catherine Zhao
Managing Director, Broadcasters & Publishers
Nielsen Audience Measurement Asia
Virat Patel
Pioneer Consulting
Chris Mottershead
Commercial Director APAC
Khin Mu Yar Soe
Director of Customer Success SEAK
Dedi Suherman
VP Home Broadband and FMC Consumer Marketing
Aaron Herps
Head of Content Protection APAC
The Premier League
Kautsar Ikrami
Director Inventory Development, Indonesia
The Trade Desk 
Peter F. Gontha
President Director
Fachrul Prasodjo
Business Development Director
Eka Sugiarto
Head of Media – Indonesia & SEAA
Monika Rudijono
Hermawan Sutanto
Dian Lasvita Dwiyanti
VP, Vidio Originals
Eva Stephanie Kurnia
SVP, Content
Tommy Sullivan
Angga Dwimas Sasongko
Founder, Director
Visinema Group
Roy Debashis
Clarissa Tanoesoedibjo
Avijit Dutta
Country Manager, Indonesia
Derek Wong
Head, Viu Originals, SEA & MEA
Lesley Simpson
Country Head
WeTV and iflix Indonesia
Selly Citaresmi
Head of Sales
WeTV Indonesia
Gregory Ho
Senior Advisor
Matt Cheetham
GM, Coalition Against Piracy (CAP)
Louis Boswell

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