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CNBC-e

CNBC-e
Launched November 16, 2000
Owned by Doğuş Holding (franchisee)
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV) (4:3 plus Stock Ticker during the business day
Country Turkey
Language Turkish, English (with Turkish subtitles.)
Broadcast area Turkey
Sister channel(s) e2
Kral TV
NTV
NTV Spor
Star TV
Website http://www.cnbce.com/ (for economy)
http://www.cnbce.tv/ (for entertainment)
Availability
Satellite
Turksat 3A 11054 H, SR 30000, FEC 5/6
Digiturk Channel 30
D-Smart Channel 36
Teledünya Channel 69
Tivibu Channel 35
Cable
Turksat Kablo TV S23
Streaming media
tvyo http://www.tvyo.com/canli-tv/cnbc-e

CNBC-e is a hybrid business/financial and entertainment channel operated in Turkey by CNBC Europe and the NTV Group. The channel shares its name with a co-owned magazine about CNBC-e. The economy-related morning and afternoon programmes of CNBC-e are in Turkish and are dedicated mainly to the global and Turkish financial markets such as the Istanbul Stock Exchange, while the evening programmes are mostly American TV series, films, talk shows and animations in English (with Turkish subtitles.)

The channel also produces a weekly 15-minute programme in English, Business Turkey, which airs at weekends on CNBC Europe and is one of the few CNBC programmes still using the channel's 2000 on-air identity, though only for its opening titles.

The schedule contains education, culture, drama, entertainment, music and sports programs and news with commercial breaks.

Contents

  • Turkish broadcasting 1
  • All series 2
    • Series 2.1
      • Current 2.1.1

Turkish broadcasting

The channel's business day programmes use the same on-air look like CNBC Europe.

During the day, the channel operates as the Turkish-language version of CNBC Europe. The channel broadcasts five main business day shows which are corresponding programmes of CNBC Europe, but are dedicated mainly to the Turkish financial markets:

Also it airs a business day show of BBC Turkish.

All series

Series

Current

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