Chinese TV cable interested in promoting Indonesia`s tourism - Tourism Indonesia


Sunday, June 3, 2018

Chinese TV cable interested in promoting Indonesia`s tourism

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The largest pay-TV provider in Jilin Province, China, Jishi Media, is interested in promoting Indonesia`s tourism to its customers.

"There are four million of our customers. It would be interesting if there is a tourism content or news from Indonesia on our platform," Jishi Media`s Secretary Director Sun Yi said here on Friday.

Jishi Media is a provider of pay-TV services and multimedia services whose most of its shares is owned by the Jilin Provincial Administration.

The company is headquartered in the capital city of Jilin Province in Changchun and has four million customers.

"November to December is the peak season when people going to Bali for a tour and holding a wedding," Sun said, telling that Jilin people have a habit to travel in the winter because the air temperature in the area can reach minus 30 degrees Celsius.

To realize the plan, Jishi Media embraces IMQ Antara Digital Media.

"The news will be broadcasted on our platforms, especially with regard to tourism," Sun said.

In addition to entertainment, sports and lifestyle, Jishi Media also provides a Chinese news menu of all media in China through its cable television platform.

Jishi Media and IMQ Antara Digital Media have signed a memorandum of understanding at Jishi Media`s headquarters in Changchun on Wednesday (May 30).

The CEO of IMQ Antara Digital Media, Darmadi, believed the cooperation with Jishi Media would provide benefits not only for both companies but also for Indonesia and China.

"The Chinese people, especially in Jilin Province, can receive information about Indonesia as well as the potentials of the country, especially on tourism," he said after signing the MoU.

Meanwhile, the Indonesian Ambassador to China, Djauhari Oratmangun, welcomed the cooperation between IMQ Antara Digital Media and Jishi Media.

"The task of Antara as `PR` (public relations) is no longer distorted. Cooperation with the Chinese companies is very suitable because the technology is sophisticated and low cost," he said. (Antara)

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