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CNBC World
CNBC World.svg
Launched August 12, 2005
Closed May 19, 2010
Owned by NBC Universal
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Replaced by Fox Crime
Sister channel(s) NBC
CNBC
MSNBC
The Weather Channel
Website http://www.cnbcworld.com
Availability
Satellite
DirecTV 357
Dish Network 207
Cable
Verizon FiOS 106
the CNBC World logo in the CNBC global headquarters

CNBC World is a business news channel operated in the United States by NBC Universal.

The channel broadcasts programs from CNBC's international channels. Specifically, the entire business day schedules of CNBC Europe and CNBC Asia (except for Trading Matters and the first airing of Australia This Week) are simulcasted. Several other pre-taped shows from CNBC's different international channels (e.g. CNBC TV18) can also be seen on the channel.

Weekdays at 8:30 - 8:45 ET, CNBC World airs its first original live program Foreign Exchange with The Wall Street Journal's Bob O'Brien from CNBC Global Headquarters, and Dow Jones Newswires' Nick Hastings as a contributor from CNBC Europe headquarters in London. The show premiered on June 27, 2005.

The channel will be discontinued on May 19, 2010 and re-branded into an American version of Fox Crime.

Present Weekday Programs

ET Weekdays ET Weekdays
04.00 - 06.00 Worldwide Exchange 06.00 - 07.00 Power Lunch Europe
08.30 - 08.45 Foreign Exchange 11.00 - 12.00 European Closing Bell
18.00 - 19.00 Squawk Australia 19.00 - 22.00 Asia Squawk Box 22.00 - 00.00 Cash Flow
ET Tues.-Sat. ET Tues.-Sat.
00.00 - 01.00 Capital Connection 01.00 - 04.00 Squawk Box Europe

In between live programs, various pre-taped magazine programs from CNBC's international channels are shown but these may be pre-empted for extended live coverage of speeches made by business leaders and FED officials.

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