The use of internet in Indonesia is expected to be dominated by over the top internet (OTT) video services. The problem of emerging OTT video services is that the use of this service takes up high bandwidth in the telecommunications network and is not yet regulated, giving rise to unfair competition with telecommunications operators. In this study an analysis of cooperation policies for OTT video service providers with telecommunications operators in Indonesia was conducted using regulatory impact analysis (RIA). The analysis process includes validation through focus group discussion for determining policy proposals and best proposal evaluation with soft-cost benefit analysis (SCBA) and multi criteria analysis (MCA). The SCBA and MCA assessment processes are based on a survey to relevant stakeholders. Based on this survey, there are 4 proposals of proposed OTT video policy in Indonesia. 1). There are no specific policies; 2). OTT video service providers must cooperate with telecommunications operators; 3). OTT video service providers are not obliged to cooperate with telecommunications operators but must have licenses specifically created for OTT video services to be able to operate; 4). OTT video service providers are not required to cooperate with telecommunications operators, but telecommunications operators are granted permission to provide charging or speed adjustments to OTT video services. Based on the analysis results, it was found that the proposal 'OTT video service providers are not obliged to cooperate with telecommunication operators but must have licenses specifically created for OTT video services to be able to operate' is the policy that the regulator needs to do. Gap analysis is done to determine the steps that must be carried out by the regulator to create the expected conditions.