Nikkei CNBC

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Nikkei CNBC
Nikkei CNBC.svg
Launched April 1990 (as Nikkei Satellite News)
May 1, 1997 (as Asia Business News)
October 1, 1999 (relaunch, as Nikkei CNBC)
Owned by Nihon Keizai Shimbun, NBCUniversal, TV Tokyo, Jupiter TV
Country Japan
Broadcast area Japan
Replaced Nikkei Satellite News (1990–1999)
Asia Business News (1997–1998)
CNBC Business News (1998–1999)
Website http://www.nikkei-cnbc.co.jp
Availability
Satellite
SKY PerfecTV! Channel 251 (SD)
Channel 570 (HD)
Cable
eo light TV Channel 881 (HD)
J:COM Channel 303 (HD)
JCN Channel 101
IPTV
Hikari TV Channel 850

Nikkei CNBC (日経CNBC) is a business and financial news television channel broadcast in Japan. It is owned primarily by CNBC Asia and Japanese media group Nihon Keizai Shimbun and TV Tokyo Holdings Corporation.

The channel is a result of the merger of the former Nikkei Satellite News (launched 1990) and Asia Business News (launched 1997, renamed CNBC Business News in 1998) by an agreement with CNBC Asia and Nihon Keizai Shimbun.

Programming[edit]

Current shows[edit]

Nikkei CNBC produces Japan-US Market Relay Morning Express (8:30 to 10 am JST), Afternoon Express aired at Midday.

CNBC's Worldwide Exchange and Squawk on the Street have Japanese translations; raw programming includes Power Lunch, Street Signs and Closing Bell.

Nikkei CNBC operates as follows:

JST Weekdays Anchor/Host Description
0800-0830
Asia Squawk Box
Martin Soong, Karen Tso
0830-1000
Japan-US Market Relay Morning Express
Madoka Ogawa
1200-1312
Afternoon Express
Sumie Sone
1405-1423
Tokyo Market Watch
Yuki Iyagawa, Noriko Gohda
1450-1625
Market Street
Sumiko Ezure, Sumie Sone
1700-1715
Derivatives
Yuki Iyagawa, Noriko Gohda, Chiasa Takoh
1725-1750 (First Run)
1930-1955 (Repeat)
Worldwide Exchange
Ross Westgate, Kelly Evans first word on movements on futures exchanges and trading in Europe and Asia
2130-2225
News Zone
Noriko Enokido
2230-2300
US Squawk On The Street
Carl Quintanilla, Melissa Lee, Simon Hobbs, Jim Cramer, (live from NYSE), David Faber, Gary Kaminsky broadcasts live from above the New York Stock Exchange
JST Tues.-Sat. Anchor/Host Description
0200-0300
US Power Lunch
Tyler Mathisen, Sue Herera examines the companies, people, and trends influencing Wall Street
0300-0400
US Street Signs
Amanda Drury, Brian Sullivan focuses on trends, world events affecting stock markets, and real-time market coverage
0400-0600
US Closing Bell
Maria Bartiromo, Bill Griffeth (for the 3-4pm hour) covers the close of the trading day and real-time market coverage
0600-0700 (ex. Saturdays)
Fast Money
Melissa Lee
0600-0630 (Saturdays)
Options Action
0630-0700 (Saturdays)
Money in Motion

Former shows[edit]

  • Tokyo Squawk Box
  • Tokyo Morning Express
  • Power Lunch Tokyo
  • Tokyo Market Express
  • Tokyo Market Wrap
  • Nikkei CNBC Closing Bell
  • Nikkei CNBC Express
  • The Kudlow Report, hosted by Lawrence Kudlow; rebroadcast of CNBC US program.

Taglines[edit]

  1. "Profit From It" (1998–2002)
  2. "Make It Your Business" (2002–2004)
  3. "The World Leader in Business News" (2004 - 2006-06-11)
  4. "First in Business Worldwide" (2006-06-12 - present)

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