Panasonic Gobel Awards

Panasonic Gobel Awards
19th Annual Panasonic Gobel Awards
Awarded for Excellence in Indonesian television
Sponsored by Panasonic
Country Indonesia
Presented by PT Panasonic Gobel Indonesia
First awarded 1997
Official website
Television/Radio coverage
Network Indosiar (1997–1999)
RCTI (2000–present)
MNCTV and Global TV (2003-present)
INews TV (2012-2013)
Produced by Drs. Thayeb Mohammad Gobel

The Panasonic Gobel Awards (formerly Panasonic Awards, becoming MNC Gobel Awards), are the annual awards presented to television programs and performances in Indonesia based on a people's choice poll. The first award was held in 1997 in partnership with Tabloid Citra and aired on Indosiar. Media Nusantara Citra have conducted the awards since 2000 and its broadcasting rights have been held by RCTI. Since 2003, MNCTV and Global TV also televising the awards.

In 2004, Tabloid Citra stopped polling and instead started using survey data from Nielsen Media Research with the results tabulated and audited by Ernst & Young.

Since 2012, INews TV and MNC Channels have also broadcast the Panasonic Gobel Awards.


The Panasonic Awards were first held in 1997 in cooperation with PT. Panasonic Gobel Indonesia with Citra Tabloid (Kompas Gramedia Group, which this tabloid now have not been published). The method of determining the winner is the "Poll image" propagated in the mass media to then filled in writing and sent back by the community through the post. According to Maman Suherman, one of the initiators of this event, Panasonic Awards are intended to determine the people's conscience on impressions and his favorite performers. Overseas event like this so-called People's Choice Awards.[1]


The purpose of Panasonic Gobel Awards is to provide an opportunity for viewers to use their views to choose the television shows or people that they consider to be the best. According to this criteria, in which each person is free and independent through a neutral and transparent polling method, and the process is validated by an independent, credible tabulator.[2]

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