Airing on its partner channel, Kompas TV, the 24-minute programme will look at the impact of digital developments on lives around the world and feature some of the local talents and creative solutions. The programme also airs the latest updates on applications, gadgets and games.
To increase its reach in Indonesia, Click is made available on YouTube and on popular OTT platforms — iflix and HOOQ.
Olivia Rosalia, editor of BBC News Indonesia,told RapidTV: “ For the first time, the BBC’s TV definitive global technology guide,Click,has been made available to Indonesian-speaking viewers.
“Thanks to our re-broadcasting collaboration with Kompas TV, this programme further expands and diversifies the BBC News offer, and will help us tap into new audiences in Indonesia and beyond.
“We believe that the BBC’s Click content will be relevant and useful to our Indonesian audience.”