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SBS CNBC
SBS CNBC logo
Launched 28 December 2009 (2009-12-28)
Owned by NBCUniversal
(Comcast Corporation)
and
SBS Media Holdings
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Broadcast area South Korea
Headquarters Mapo District, Seoul
Website .kr.co.sbssbscnbc (Korean)
Availability
Satellite
Skylife Channel 515
Cable
link here
Streaming media
Watch live

SBS CNBC is a 24-hour news channel in South Korea.

History

On August 13, 2009, SBS took over all stocks of a sports TV channel Xports, which were shared by CJ Media (70%) and IB Sports (30%). After a partnership agreement with CNBC which taken on October 22, 2009,[1] Xports was shut down and replaced by SBS-CNBC on December 28, 2009. Most of its programme are being made in High Definition.

Programmes

Here is a typical daytime broadcasting schedule, based as of January 4, 2010. All time mentioned on KST.

  • Good Morning Economy Wide 0500-0700
  • Opening Bell (Korean edition) 0700-0900
  • Market Express 0900-1100
  • Mad money (Korean edition) 0950-1000
  • Power Lunch (Korean edition) 1100-1300
  • Closing Bell (Korean edition) 1300-1515
  • Market&Trend 1515-1615
  • Money Q 1615-1700
  • Good Evening Economy Wide 1700-1900
  • SBS CNBC Life Economy 1900-2100
  • Mad money Special 2100-2300

See also

References

  1. ^ CNBC and SBS (Seoul Broadcasting System) Announce Plans to Launch 24-hour Korean Business News Channel, CNBC, Retrieved on December 28, 2009

External links

  • Official Homepage (Korean)


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