List of programs broadcast by Channel NewsAsia

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The following is a list of television programs formerly or currently broadcast by the Channel News Asia.


Programme Description Presenter(s)
AM Live Replaces Primetime Morning as of 1 August 2011.

Runs Monday to Friday at these times:

  • Early Edition at 6-7am
  • Main Edition (First Look Asia) at 7-9am
  • Bite-size Edition at 2:30pm for 30 minutes (with Friday's encore on Saturday at 11:30am and 4:30pm, and Sunday at 1:30am)
Suzanne Jung Ki Eng, Steven Chia, Chan Eu Imm and Patrick Fok
Asia Today Live news with a focus on Asian perspectives

Runs daily at 3:00pm, weekdays at 9:00am and 2:00pm, and weekends at 10:00am, 11:00am and 5:00pm

Sharon Tong / Otelli Edwards / Gerard Lam / Yvonne Yong / Timothy W Go / Melissa Hyak / Chew Wui Lynn / Dominique Loh / Sabrina Chua / Chan Eu Imm / Lynlee Foo / Patrick Fok
Asia Market Report A day's round-up of business news around the region and a look at the first hour of trade in Asia

Runs weekdays (except days when markets are closed; Asia Today will run instead) at 5:00pm

Dominique Loh / Wei Du
Asia Tonight Round-up of the day's events around Asia

Runs weeknights at 11 and weekends at 7:00pm

World Today Live news with focus on key world events

Runs daily at 9:00am, 12:00pm (noon) and 4:00pm, weekdays at 10:00am and 11:00am, and weekends at 2:00pm

Melissa Hyak / Otelli Edwards / Genevieve Woo / Yvonne Yong / Timothy W Go / Gerard Lam / Chew Wui Lynn / Sharon Tong / Sabrina Chua / Patrick Fok
World Tonight A day's round-up of key world news

Runs Tuesdays to Fridays at 12:00am (midnight), Saturdays at 12:00am and 11:00pm, and Sundays at 11:00pm

Melissa Hyak / Yvonne Yong / Timothy W Go / Gerard Lam / Gerardine Tan / Genevieve Woo (Weekends)
Asia Business Tonight A day's round-up of business news around the region and a look at the first hour of trade in the United States

Runs weeknights (except when markets are closed; replaced with a relief programme) at 10:30

Genevieve Woo / Glenda Chong / Timothy W Go / Timothy Ouyang / Lynlee Foo / Gerard Lam
Asia Business First From the opening bell across markets in Southeast Asia and China, to the biggest business interviews and top financial stories, tune in to Asia Business First to kick-start your business day. Runs weekdays 9-9:30am. Adam Bakhtiar

Productions of Channel NewsAsia and other programmes[edit]

Programme Description Presenter(s)
Get Rea! (read as Get Real) A twice-weekly investigative current-affairs programme focusing on issues in Singapore Cheryl Fox 2007-2008-2011 / Chan Eu Imm 2010-2011-present / Ken Teh 2011
Insight A weekly current-affairs programme (runs as a season) Gerard Lam
Money Mind A weekly business programme (runs as a season) Fredrick Lim / Dominique Loh / Ronald Lim
The Agenda Business programme (runs as a season)
Asian Home News Screens short news snippets from previous-day broadcasts from CCTV News (China), NHK World TV (Japan), RTM TV1 (TV1) (Malaysia), VTV (Vietnam), RTB (Brunei) and Channel NewsAsia's Singapore Tonight Various
Correspondents' Diary Highlights of news stories and features by Channel NewsAsia's network of correspondents based in major cities across the region. Glenda Chong
That's IT A weekly information-technology programme (runs as a season) Timothy W Go
S.P.E.E.D. (Singapore Property Explained Explored & Deconstructed) Otelli Edwards
360 Talkshow on current affairs (runs as a season) Melissa Hyak
One on One Lin Xue Ling
Pink of Health A weekly show focusing on the health and beauty concerns of women
Cents & Sensibilities A weekly show on how ordinary people should make investments Genevieve Woo
Japan Hour An hour featuring Japanese culture. The programme is bought from NHK World TV in Japan and is subtitled in English. Airs Saturday 7:30-8:30pm, Sunday at 12:30-1:30am and 1-2pm.
How to be a Super Parent Steven Chia
BlogTV.SG Cheryl Fox / Tim Oh
Welcome 2 Taiwan
Documentary of The Week
20/20 US programme from ABC World News. Sometimes known as 20/20 Primetime, but is a different show. (only in Singapore)
Amazing Asia Special reports filed by correspondents in Asia. Usually screens unusual news happenings around Asia in the week. (regular 30-minute segments)
Yours Truly, Asia Special reports about life in Asia
World Watch Special reports filed by correspondents the world over. Usually screens unusual news happenings around the world in the week. (regular 30-minute segments)
Talking Point A segment after Singapore Tonight on Sundays at 10.10pm (SIN/HK) where guests are invited to the news studio to share their views on issues relevant to Singapore Debra Soon / Melissa Hyak

Regular news bulletins[edit]

These shows are built to keep you know up-to-the-minute developments every hour of the day.

Shows Descriptions Presenters
News Pulse The newswatch never stops. News Pulse brings you the top stories as they happen across the world, so you're always kept informed and ready for the start of the Asian day. Gasthoori Manickam / Gerardine Tan
News Now News that is happening at the time of the broadcast. Yvonne Chan / Julie Yoo / Gerard Lam
Headlines A quick view on local and world news. Airs every hour.

Special news bulletins[edit]

Shows Descriptions Presenters
Primetime Asia Replaces East Asia Tonight and Southeast Asia Tonight

A day's round-up of the news in Asia

Runs weeknights from 7 to 8

Steve Lai, Timothy W Go and Glenda Chong
Primetime World Channel NewsAsia's flagship weeknightly-news programme which provides viewers with a round-up of the day's main news under national news live television broadcasting.

Runs weeknights at 9

Melissa Hyak and Glenda Chong
Primetime Weekend All the top events and news to keep you up-to-date on what's happening at the weekend.

Runs weekends at 7:00pm and 9:00pm.

Gerard Lam
Sportsworld This show keeps viewers up-to-date with highlights from world of sports. Runs weeknights 9:30-10pm.
Singapore Tonight A day's round-up of local and business news in Singapore

Runs nightly at 10

Timothy Ouyang & Yvonne Yong