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Asia Business News

Asia Business News
Launched November 1, 1993
Closed February 1, 1998[1] (merger with CNBC Asia)
Owned by Dow Jones and Company
Country Singapore
Broadcast area Asia
Headquarters Singapore
Replaced by CNBC Asia

Asia Business News (ABN) was a business news television channel owned by Dow Jones and Company. It was founded on November 1, 1993 and it was based in Singapore. It was the sister network of London-based European Business News (EBN). On 2 February 1998 the channel merged with NBC's CNBC Asia. Initially, most of ABN's programmes and presenters migrated to the new channel and it operated from ABN's former headquarters in Singapore.[2][3] The merged channel was initially named CNBC Asia Business News but on June 1, 1998 it was simply referred to as CNBC Asia.

Past programmes

  • Breakfast Briefing
  • Asian Wall Street Journal on Air
  • Trading Day
  • Asia Market Digest
  • Storyboard
  • Far Eastern Economic Review on Air
  • Money Talk
  • dot.com
  • Corporate Raiders

Anchors/presenters

  • Coco Quisumbing
  • Martin Soong
  • Sydnie Kohara
  • Karen Koh
  • Lynette Lithgow

Correspondents

  • Keiko Bang
  • Lisa Barron
  • Stuart Pallister
  • Jim Sciutto
  • Chris Slaughter

References

  1. ^ Joshi, Namrata; M.M. Vetticad; Rajadhyaksha, Mrudula (9 February 1998). "It's Only Business".  
  2. ^ Fabrikant, Geraldine. Overseas News Merger Seen By Dow Jones and CNBC. New York Times Online. Published December 8, 1997. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9900EED71F3DF93BA35751C1A961958260&sec=&spon=&pagewanted=1
  3. ^ Dow, NBC to merge cable TV operations. Indian Express Newspapers. December 10, 1997. http://www.expressindia.com/news/fe/daily/19971210/34455543.html
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