TVN CNBC was a business and financial news channel in Poland, launched in September 2007. It was part of TVN Group (Polish: Grupa TVN SA) which is the television arm of ITI Group (Grupa ITI), the largest Polish media company. The channel's main newsroom and studio were located at the Media Business Centre building in Warsaw along with many of ITI's other media holdings. TVN CNBC's Programming Director was Roman Młodkowski. He's a veteran presenter and journalist originally from TVN. TVN CNBC was also managed by Adam Pieczyński, TVN's Chief News Director.
The channel was launched in cooperation with CNBC Europe, and was part of NBC Universal's worldwide network of business-oriented channels. It also served as CNBC's "Polish Bureau" providing occasional live feeds for breaking news in Poland and Central Europe. The facilities were also used to produce Poland's first TV series about Polish business – "Business Poland" which aired as part of CNBC's weekend programming in Europe and weekly programming on CNBC World in North America.
TVN CNBC also provided business news segments for TVN24, Poland's first 24-hour news channel. On 1 January 2014 TVN CNBC ceased to broadcast, having been replaced by TVN24 Biznes i Świat, a new financial news channel created after ITI had not renewed CNBC license.