Cnbc Pakistan

CNBC Pakistan
File:CNBC Pakistan.svg
Launched November 15, 2005
Owned by Vision Network Television Ltd
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Slogan Only Truth - Sirf Sach
Country Pakistan
Broadcast area Nationwide
Headquarters Karachi
Website Intelsat-10 C-band
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CNBC Pakistan is Pakistan's 24-hour news and current affairs channel which airs a broad range of news, current affairs, entertainment and infotainment programs. CNBC Pakistan was launched under the banner of Vision Network Television Ltd on 15th November 2005, under a license Agreement with CNBC Asia Pacific.

A team committed of High Class professionals is responsible to run the channel.

CNBC Pakistan operates out of Karachi and has bureaus at Lahore and Islamabad with affiliates stations in Quetta, Peshawar and a full time reporting presence in Multan, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Sukkur, Nawabshah and Badin.

CNBC Pakistan's initial broadcast began on November 15, 2005 and is owned by Vision Network Television Limited. Approximately 250 employees work with CNBC Pakistan. Its headquarters are located at the Techno-city Corporate Tower in Karachi. Smaller bureaus are also found in Islamabad and Lahore.

Profile

Owned by Vision Network Television Limited, a Pakistani Company, CNBC Pakistan brings in the high production values of the global CNBC network to the Pakistani viewers. The channel has witnessed a tremendous turnaround from Business to a 24/7 News and Current Affairs channel in the last three years. With state of the art production facilities and a presence in over 20 big and small cities of the country the network is already amongst the most credible and watched channels of Pakistan.

Competitors

See also

External links

  • Official Website of CNBC Pakistan
  • CNBC Pakistan Selects TSL To Support New Channel Launch
  • Samaa News Pakistan official website
  • CNBC Pakistan Chooses Pebble Beach Automation
  • Launch of CNBC Pakistan
  • Agenda 360 CNBC Pakistan

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