The Role of Indonesia Parliamentary Television as Government Broadcasting to Enhance Public Trust

Aep Wahyudin

Abstract


This article describes an idea about the democratization in Indonesia Parliamentary Television. There are many political interests brought about at the parliament house. Therefore, it disables the freedom of news coverage in Indonesia's House of Representatives. This paper aimed to explain how broadcasting democratization is portrayed in Parliamentary Television. The method used was a field study where the interviews and observation took place at the Parliamentary Building of Indonesia's House of Representatives. This study used qualitative analysis to examine how Indonesia Parliamentary Television was upholding democratic broadcasting systems to voice the equitability of all political parties. Parliamentary Television implemented accountability in broadcasting content programs; thus, the public could supervise the house council's policies.  The easiness of the public to get information directly through Parliamentary Television is needed to prioritize openness as the foundation of democracy and improve public trust in the Indonesian government.


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broadcasting; democratization; parliament television; independency

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