History[ edit ] The idea for a business news program had come from Susan J. Moran developed the program concept and the editorial staff expanded to launch NBR. Paul Kangas was among the first to join, signing on as its stock market commentator.
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It adopted similar programmes from its US counterpart like The Money Wheel and Business Tonight and had a few cnbc nightly business report its own programmes as well.
As a result of the merger, there were massive employee lay-offs and programme cancellations at CNBC's Asia original headquarters in Hong Kong but Rico Hizon, Geoff Cutmore and Bernard Lo joined the newly merged channel whose operations have been based in Singapore ever since.
Programmes and personalities came mostly from ABN and were for the most part retained in their original form i. In addition, there was no regional ticker for most audiences until 26 October and simulcasts of US and European programmes were very limited.
From then until January the international CNBC services carried the tagline "A Service of NBC Universal and Dow Jones" or depending on other local partners, a variation of this tagline when introducing regional programmes including magazine programmes and airing general channel promotions.
CNBC Asia's ticker was also reformatted on that day to include colours reflecting change in the stock prices green for an increase and red for a decrease and a stock's ticker symbol.
InCNBC Asia introduced localised tickers to audiences in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore and has since kept the ticker on the screen during commercial breaks. This was further extended in when US programming started at It aired from 9. Following on from the success of Worldwide Exchangeanother joint production, Capital Connection was launched.
Two new shows were introduced to the network: Trading Mattersa wrap-up of the day's market action, and Australia This Weeka concise show summarizing the week's highlights.
The shows debuted on 2 and 6 October respectively at This was in light of the recent global market correction. James anchored Squawk Australia from a temporary location on the 11th floor of Sydney's General Electric headquarters NAB House from early whilst a new studio was being constructed in nearby Bridge Street.
He left the show in October InOriel Morrison also joined the Sydney bureau to give reports during the afternoon session there. She became the network's Sydney-based correspondent and anchored Squawk Australia, thus replacing Jeffrey James. The new studio features a rear projection wall that principally gives an overview of regional market action very similar to what CNBC Europe has.
The left side of the studio has three LCD screens where a reporter stands beside to feature one story or highlight per screen.
This hub is used by presenters to report on Middle East business and is one of the three locations from which Capital Connection is presented.CNBC Asia is a Southeast Asian pay television business channel in Asia.A subsidiary Of NBCUniversal, it is the Asian service of the CNBC (Consumer News and Business Channel).
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Nightly Business Report is an American business news magazine television program that has aired weeknights on public television stations since January 22, Internationally the show is seen on CNBC Europe (Friday edition only) and CNBC Asia. "Nightly Business Report produced by CNBC" (NBR) is an award-winning and highly-respected nightly business news program that airs on public television.
Television's longest-running evening. Jay Kaplan appeared on Nightly Business Report’s weekly Market Monitor segment to discuss opportunities he is finding in undervalued small-cap technology stocks.