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2 Media Use in Indonesia Findings from the 2012 International Audience Research Project

3 Survey Background and Conditions

4 Target population: Adults 15 and older living in households Population Coverage: 93% of adult population in Indonesia –11 provinces were excluded (North Sulawesi, Central kalimantan, South East Sulawesi, Riau Island, Benkulu, Maluku, Bangka Belitung, Gorontalo, West Sulawesi, North Maluku, West Papua) Sample size: 3,000 nationally representative, oversample in Jakarta Language: Indonesian Methodology: Interviews were collected face-to-face in respondents home Field Period: July 4 th – Aug 2 nd, 2012 Response rate: 74% 4

5 Media Usage Patterns 5

6 Television and Mobile Phones are most popular in Indonesian households Which of the following do you have working in your household? 6 Base: All respondents, N=3000

7 Daily Use of Media Platforms for News 7

8 Daily Media Use for News, by Demographic 8

9 Most Important Information Source (net) 9 Which stations, publications, or sites are your three MOST important sources of information?

10 Satellite Dish More Prevalent in Rural Areas 10 How does your television receive its signal? N=2784 N=913 N=1871

11 Significant Regional Difference in TV Signal Access 11 N=579 N=763 N=512 N=524 N=114 N=151 N=141

12 Trends in Access and Usage 12

13 Radio ownership and its use for news continues its decline 13 N=3000

14 Significant Growth in New Media Access 14 Which of the following do you have working in your household? N=3000

15 New Media Usage Trends 15 N=3000

16 Mobile Ownership Trends, by Urbanicity 16 N=3000

17 Past Week Internet Usage Trends, by Urbanicity 17 N=3000

18 Mobile 18

19 Personal Mobile Phone Access Most Prevalent Among Young And Most Educated 19 Percentage who report having a personal mobile phone

20 Reported Smartphone Ownership, by Age 20 N=3000 N=468 N=738 N=1285 N=509

21 SMS and Text Messaging Most Common Use of Mobile 21 Base: Those who have a personal mobile phone N=2,083

22 Past Week Mobile Activities, by Age 22

23 Information Would Like to Receive Through SMS Without Any Cost To Individuals 23 Base: Those who have a personal mobile phone N=2,083

24 Internet 24

25 Past Week Internet Use, by Age 25 N=3000N=468N=738N=1285 N=509

26 Past Week Internet Use, by Urbanicity 26

27 Past Week Internet Use, by Education 27

28 Internet Use by Intensity of News Consumption 28

29 Vast Majority of Regular Users of Internet Access the Latest News 29 Base: Regular user of Internet N=433 In the last 7 days, which of the following activities have you used the Internet for

30 Where Internet is Used, by Age 30

31 Where Web Users go for News 31 Base: Past Week Internet Users, N=433

32 Social Networking and Information Sharing 32

33 Facebook the most accessed Social Networking Service 33 Base: All respondents, N=3000 Which of the following services have you used in the past 7 days for social networking?

34 Used Social Networking in Last Week, by Age 34 N=3000 N=468 N=738 N=1285 N=509

35 Frequency of Information Sharing 35 Base: All Respondents, N=3000 How often do you discuss or share news with family, friends, or your social network

36 Frequency of Information Sharing: Internet Users vs Others 36

37 Means of Information Sharing 37 Base: Daily/Almost News Sharers, N=821 Do you share news with your friends, family, or social networks in any of the following ways?

38 Means of Information Sharing, by Age 38

39 Key Information Sources: Prospects for Change? 39 N=3000 N=797N=100N=940

40 Conclusions Television remains the most important medium by far, both in terms of overall reach and as a news source Internet access – heavily driven by mobile take-up – has reached critical mass, especially among key demographics This phenomenon is national in nature and not just confined to more affluent urban areas Given the heavy reliance on mobile for Internet access; Internet content needs to work well on mobile platforms Any communications strategy for Indonesia has to take into account the large and growing role of social media, especially among the young Its only the beginning … 40

41 Upcoming BBG Research Series Events Upcoming BBG Research Series events: –Thursday, November 8: Russia –Thursday, December 6: To be announced. Learn more about the BBG Research series at Have a question? Contact us at or


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