CNBC Arabiya

CNBC Arabiya (Arabic: CNBC العربية) is an Arab free-to-air television channel. It covers regional and international affairs from an Arab economic perspective.[1]

CNBC Arabiya's daily program schedule features the region's business news summary, including regional stock market summary, regional corporate news, news about women in business, news about green businesses, and personal finance.[2] It also includes developments from Europe and America, concentrating on how they affect the Middle East.

It is the only business-focused channel that delivers live regional market data in the Middle East market, providing both a ticker and analytical reporting. The channel also offers an interactive website at cnbcarabia.com.

CNBC Arabia
CNBC Arabiya
Launched2003
Owned byMiddle East Business News (franchisee)
Picture format4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Broadcast areaArab World
HeadquartersDubai, UAE in the Dubai Media City
Sister channel(s)CNBC Europe
Euronews
Websitecnbcarabia.com
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial televisionChannel 34 (Dubai)
Satellite
beINChannel 206
Free to AirBadr4 at 26°E & Nilesat at 7°W

Headquarters

CNBC in Dubai
CNBC Arabiya headquarters

CNBC Arabiya's broadcast facilities are based at Dubai Media City in the United Arab Emirates. There are additional bureaus in Abu Dhabi, Jeddah, Riyadh, Cairo, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Qatar. In addition, the channel has correspondents reporting from London and Singapore, the headquarters of the main European and Asian channel of CNBC. In Bahrain, CNBC Arabiya shared the same bureau with CNBC Europe and both located in Manama, the capital city of Bahrain. Since that, CNBC Arabiya now offering the Arabian market reports in dual languages, Arabic and English for the European channel.

References

  1. ^ "Q&A with CNBC Arabiya | ReadSpeaker". www.readspeaker.com. Retrieved 2017-12-26.
  2. ^ Living, Qatar (2015-10-13). "CNBC Arabia announced as official Arabic broadcaster for QBX-Expo". Qatar Living. Retrieved 2017-12-26.

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