This is a list of channels broadcast under the CNBC brand by NBCUniversal and its affiliates around the world. Following on from the original United States-based channel, launched in 1989, European and Asian versions were established in 1995 and 1996 respectively. Since then, sub-continental and local language versions of the channel have been created in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, many under a licensing agreement. At present, sixteen distinct CNBC channels exist worldwide, of which seven are wholly owned by NBCUniversal and a further nine have NBCUniversal as a minority stakeholder. A further channel, the Korean language operated SBS-CNBC, began broadcasting on December 28, 2009 in conjunction with Seoul Broadcasting System. Later, the Indonesian Language operated CNBC Indonesia, is launched in 2018 in conjunction with Trans Media.
|Class CNBC||2000[B]||Class Editori (60%), Mediaset (20%),
|CNBC||1989||NBCUniversal||English||Englewood Cliffs||United States|
|CNBC Africa||2007||NBCUniversal / Africa Business News||English||Johannesburg||Africa|
|CNBC Arabiya||2003||NBCUniversal||Arabic||Dubai||Arab World|
|CNBC Asia||1995[C]||NBCUniversal[D]||English||Singapore, Mumbai||Asia|
|CNBC Awaaz||2005||TV18 (90%), NBCUniversal (10%)||Hindi||Mumbai||India|
|CNBC TV18||1999[G]||TV18 (90%), NBCUniversal (10%)||English||Mumbai||India|
|CNBC World||2001||NBCUniversal[H]||English||Englewood Cliffs||United States|
|Nikkei CNBC||1999||Nikkei (51%), NBCUniversal,
TV Tokyo, Jupiter TV
|SBS-CNBC||2009||NBCUniversal and SBS||Korean||Seoul||Republic of Korea|
|CNBC Indonesia||2018||NBCUniversal and Trans Media||Indonesian||Jakarta||Indonesia|
|CNBC Bajar||2014||TV18 (75%), NBCUniversal and Zee Network(10%-25%)||Gujarati||New Delhi||India|
|CNBC Tamilan||2006||TV18 (25%), NBCUniversal and Zee Network(65%-10%)||Tamil||Greater Noida||India|
|CNBC Bangles||2002||TV18 (75%), NBCUniversal and Zee Network(10%-25%)||Bangla||New Delhi||India|
TVN CNBC started in 2007 and closed in 2014, in Poland. CNBC-e started in 2000 and closed in 2015 in Turkey. MBN-CNBC started in 2002 and rechanged mbn in 2005 and relaunched general channel Maeil Broadcasting Network in 2011 in South Korea, CNBC was also cooperated with etomato and Chosun Ilbo(now cooperate with Seoul Broadcasting System). CNBC Pakistan started in 2005 and became Jaag TV in 2013 in Pakistan.
The following channels are not independent operational entities, but rather sub-regional services operated by CNBC Europe and Asia. They largely show identical programming to the main pan-regional feed, but operate a localised ticker relevant to that particular area and in some cases air area-specific advertising.
|CNBC AU/NZ||CNBC Asia||Has some opt-out slots from pan-regional schedule for additional airings of Australian programming|
|CNBC Benelux||CNBC Europe|
|CNBC Hong Kong||CNBC Asia|
|CNBC Nordic||CNBC Europe||Formerly aired some original programming|
|CNBC Singapore||CNBC Asia|
|CNBC UK||CNBC Europe||Airs some local advertising and formerly aired some original programming|
SBS CNBC is a 24-hour business news channel in South Korea.TVN CNBC
TVN CNBC was a business and financial news channel in Poland, launched on September 3, 2007. It was part of TVN Group (Polish: Grupa TVN SA) which in turn is controlled by the Scripps Networks Interactive. The channel's main newsroom and studio were located at the Media Business Centre building in Warsaw. TVN CNBC's Programming Director was Roman Młodkowski. He's a veteran presenter and journalist originally from TVN. TVN CNBC was also managed by Adam Pieczyński, TVN's Chief News Director.
The channel was launched in cooperation with CNBC Europe, and was part of NBC Universal's worldwide network of business-oriented channels. It also served as CNBC's "Polish Bureau" providing occasional live feeds for breaking news in Poland and Central Europe. The facilities were also used to produce Poland's first TV series about Polish business – "Business Poland" which aired as part of CNBC's weekend programming in Europe and weekly programming on CNBC World in North America.
TVN CNBC also provided business news segments for TVN24, Poland's first 24-hour news channel. On January 1, 2014 TVN CNBC ceased to broadcast, having been replaced by TVN24 Biznes i Świat, a new financial news channel created after TVN Group had not renewed CNBC license.
Polsat Biznes, a competitor to TVN CNBC a channel belonging to the Polsat Group, closed in 2014.