By nature, there is no way we could control the media to silent the skeptic minors in voicing bad things about us. But yet there is a way for us to monitor them, spot the trend and observe the movement of certain issues impacting us. By using our media monitoring solution, you will be able to collect useful information and gain actionable insight to pre-empt issues, ignore or react to them.
There are lots of reasons why a number of industries is now under so much scrutiny in Indonesia. One is the raised of key stakeholders expectation under current political dynamic, which is fueled by the growth of both mass and social media. Digivla's proprietary feature allows its users to monitor movement of specific issues which is starting from potential, emerging, current to crisis. Not only that, our team of consultants would provide actionable recommendation in the time of crisis. All in one package.
The growth of media is undoubtedly exponential in Indonesia. There are 139 million Indonesians who are connected to the internet, in which 93,6% of them have the access to social media and online news portals. In 2012 only, there are over 94 million copies of 1,324 print media were circulated nationwide annually. There are also 776 press companies registered to the National Press Council. Interestingly, according to Trust Barometer Survey conducted by Edelman, media is the most trusted institution by Indonesian public for three years in a row (2012-2014), in contrast to the goverment, private sector and NGO's
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