Nikkei CNBC (日経CNBC) is a business and financial news television channel broadcast in Japan. It is owned primarily by CNBC Asia and Japanese media group Nihon Keizai Shimbun and TV Tokyo Holdings Corporation.
The channel is a result of the merger of the former Nikkei Satellite News (launched 1990) and Asia Business News (launched 1997, renamed CNBC Business News in 1998) by an agreement with CNBC Asia and Nihon Keizai Shimbun.
|Launched||April 1990 (as Nikkei Satellite News)|
May 1, 1997 (as Asia Business News)
October 1, 1999 (relaunch, as Nikkei CNBC)
|Owned by||The Nikkei, NBCUniversal, TV Tokyo, Jupiter TV|
|Replaced||Nikkei Satellite News (1990–1999)|
Asia Business News (1997–1998)
CNBC Business News (1998–1999)
|SKY PerfecTV!||Channel 251 (SD)|
Channel 570 (HD)
|eo light TV||Channel 881 (HD)|
|J:COM||Channel 303 (HD)|
|Hikari TV||Channel 850|
Red means "Nikkei CNBC produced", green means "other channels produced" and blue means "CNBC produced".
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The CNBC shows use this name as they cover the period up to the end of trading and review the trading of the day after the market has closed.Diva (TV network)
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The list of Diva channels includes:
Diva (Asia TV channel)
Diva Universal (Philippines) defunct
Diva Universal (Bulgaria) defunct
Diva Universal (Italy) defunct
Diva Universal (Romania) currently
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Diva Adria (Serbia/Croatia/Slovenia)E! (Asian TV channel)
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Kosuke Takahashi (高橋 浩祐, Takahashi Kōsuke, born October 13, 1968 in Kawasaki, Kanagawa) is a Japanese journalist. He contributes to IHS Jane's Defence, NK News and Toyo Keizai Online among other media by writing in both English and Japanese. He is also currently a regular TV commentator of Tokyo MX's Morning Cross program. He worked as the senior online news editor at Thomson Reuters in Tokyo from April 2016 to January 2017, where he focuses on expanding its online news coverage across multiple digital channels. He was appointed editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post Japan in September 2014 where he was in charge of overseeing all of the day-to-day editorial content and operations of the Huffington Post Japan. Previously, he has worked as Tokyo correspondent for IHS Jane's Defence Weekly from January 2009 to early September 2014, specializing in Japan's defense and politics as well as East Asian affairs such as on Sino-Japanese relations and Korean Peninsula issues. He also has worked for the Asahi Shimbun, Bloomberg News, Dow Jones Japan and The Wall Street Journal Japan as staff writer/editor, and Nikkei CNBC Japan as regular TV commentator. He used the pen name Kosuke Goto (後藤 浩祐, Goto Kosuke) at Bloomberg.His work has appeared in the International Herald Tribune, The Guardian, The Straits Times, Institutional Investor magazine, Asia Times Online, The Diplomat, NK News and Japan’s Tokyo Keizai magazine, among other publications.His comments on international affairs have appeared in worldwide articles such as those of the Christian Science Monitor, the Australian, Italy’s daily newspaper Il Foglio, the Taipei Times, the Ukrainian Week, China's Xinhua News Agency and South Korea's JoongAng Ilbo.The news media Takahashi has worked for:
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Editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post Japan, September 8, 2014– March 14, 2016
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Freelancer for Institutional Investor Magazine, January 2009–December 2010
Staff Writer at Bloomberg News, July 2005 - Sept 2008 (under his pen name Kosuke Goto)
Staff Writer at RIM Intelligence Co, Feb 2004 - May 2005
Intern at the Tokyo bureau of The New York Times, May- July, 2002
Copy Editor at Dow Jones Japan, 2000–2001
Staff Writer at The Asahi Shimbun, 1993–1999Takahashi graduated from Keio University with a B.A. in economics in 1993. After working for The Asahi Shimbun and Dow Jones, he studied at Columbia University's Journalism School and School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), and graduated with Master of Science in Journalism in 2003 and Master of International Affairs in 2004.
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