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CNBC
CNBC
Europe (referred to on air simply as CNBC) is a business and financial news television channel which airs across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The station is based in London, where it shares the Adrian Smith-designed[3] 10 Fleet Place building with organisations including Dow Jones
Dow Jones
& Company. Along with CNBC
CNBC
Asia, the channel is operated by the Singapore-headquartered CNBC
CNBC
subsidiary company CNBC
CNBC
International, which is in turn wholly owned by NBCUniversal.

European Business
Business
News TV (EBN) with Ed Mitchell, London, in 1996.

As the most viewed pan-European financial TV channel according to the 2010 EMS survey, the broadcaster reaches over 100 million households across the continent.[1] CNBC
CNBC
Europe produces four hours of live programming each weekday and airs reports and content for its global sister stations and the outlets of NBC
NBC
News.

Contents

1 History

1.1 1990s 1.2 2000s 1.3 2010s

2 Ratings 3 Programming

3.1 European Business
Business
Day

3.1.1 Current programming 3.1.2 Past programming

3.2 Rebroadcasts of CNBC
CNBC
U.S. and CNBC
CNBC
Asia 3.3 Other programmes 3.4 Extended programming 3.5 Simulcasts outside Europe

4 Presenters

4.1 Current anchors and correspondents 4.2 Past anchors and reporters

5 Affiliate channels and partnerships 6 Other services 7 References 8 External links

History[edit] 1990s[edit] CNBC
CNBC
Europe began broadcasts in March 1996, as a wholly owned subsidiary of NBC. On 9 December 1997, the channel announced that it would merge with the Dow Jones
Dow Jones
news channel in Europe, European Business
Business
News (EBN). The merger took place in February 1998, upon which the channel then became known officially as " CNBC
CNBC
Europe - A Service of NBC
NBC
and Dow Jones". 2000s[edit] CNBC
CNBC
Europe has leaned generally on the U.S. CNBC
CNBC
on-air graphical look in the past. However, in June 2003, it revamped a number of its programmes, taking many of them away from the U.S. formats.[4] CNBC Europe re-launched its on-air image in September 2004, but instead of adapting the U.S. title sequences for programmes, designed all of its title sequences itself from scratch (while still using the U.S. music adopted in September 2003). In July 2005, NBC Universal
NBC Universal
announced that it would be acquiring the Dow Jones
Dow Jones
stake in CNBC
CNBC
Europe, subject to required regulatory clearances. On 30 December 2005, CNBC
CNBC
Europe became a wholly owned subsidiary of NBC
NBC
Universal.[5] Dow Jones
Dow Jones
continues to provide content to the channel. On 1 January 2006, in line with this, the channel dropped the "A Service of NBC Universal
NBC Universal
and Dow Jones" tagline. On 18 September 2006, CNBC
CNBC
Europe debuted a new graphics package, which is similar to that used by its U.S. counterpart (first seen in the United States
United States
on 19 December 2005). Like CNBC
CNBC
Asia (which debuted a new graphics package similar to CNBC
CNBC
U.S. and Europe on 30 October 2006), it elected to keep the previous theme music ( CNBC
CNBC
Asia did so until March 2007). In addition, CNBC
CNBC
Europe also elected to keep its September 2004 opening titles for most programmes. The channel adopted a new schedule on 26 March 2007 which included a new pan-regional programme, Capital Connection.[6] New title sequences were given to Power Lunch Europe
Power Lunch Europe
and Europe Tonight
Europe Tonight
to coincide with changes to the form and content of those programmes, but unlike CNBC Asia, no other changes were made to the channel's on air look on this date (although Capital Connection uses CNBC
CNBC
Asia's new graphics as it is produced by that channel). On 7 January 2008, the channel unveiled a revamped studio and new "lower thirds". The lower-third style was distinct to CNBC
CNBC
Europe, but adopted some elements of the CNBC
CNBC
U.S. style. On 29 September 2008[7] the channel dropped "Europe" from its on-screen name, returning to the CNBC
CNBC
brand it had previously used for a spell in the 1990s. This positioned the station in-line with its U.S. and Asian counterparts, which are also referred to simply as CNBC.[8] Some minor on-screen changes were introduced to coincide with the rebrand. On 1 December 2008 the channel relaunched its flagship programme Squawk Box
Squawk Box
Europe, with a new look not derived from CNBC
CNBC
U.S. at all. At the same time a third line was added to the ticker detailing general news stories.[9] On 15 December 2008 the channel announced that long running show Power Lunch Europe would be removed from the schedule and be replaced, in both Ireland and the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
only, with a 12-week run of Strictly Money, a new programme focussing specifically on UK issues. This marks the creation of a new UK/Ireland opt-out for CNBC Europe.[10] The new schedule aired from 12 January 2009, with Strictly Money remaining in the schedule until its cancellation in March 2011. CNBC
CNBC
Europe debuted a new lower thirds, which were completely different from its sister U.S. and Asian channels, on July 27, 2009. 2010s[edit] On 22 January 2010, the station ended its encryption on digital satellite television in the UK to increase its viewer footprint to an estimated 11 million households.[11] The channel was subsequently added to Freesat
Freesat
on 23 February 2010.[12] A significantly revamped studio was unveiled in May 2011[13] along with a new format for various programmes. The network was formally merged with CNBC
CNBC
Asia in December 2011 to form a new Singapore-based company, CNBC
CNBC
International, to manage the two stations. As a result of the merger CNBC
CNBC
Asia managing director Satpal Brainch was appointed to lead the new company, with his European counterpart Mick Buckley leaving his post.[14] On 31 March 2014, CNBC
CNBC
Europe launched in widescreen (16:9) and changed its lower thirds to match the on-air style of its sister CNBC Asia channel, which also launched in widescreen on the same day. The new look also saw the removal of the on-screen clock, which CNBC Europe had shown during live European and American programming since the channel was launched. This new on-air style did not carry over to CNBC
CNBC
US, which continued to use the old on-air style. CNBC
CNBC
US would ultimately follow with its own launch in 16:9 widescreen on 13 October 2014. An on-screen clock returned on this day (13 October) but it was a world clock with the time from various financial capitals shown on a rotating basis. CNBC
CNBC
Europe's current on-air style (which is based on the US design used since 13 October 2014) was launched 9 March 2015, exactly a month after its sister Asia channel. On 10 November 2015, CNBC
CNBC
announced cutbacks to its international television operation, including the closure of its Paris and Tokyo bureaus, and a two-hour reduction in local programming from London (which will be filled with more programming from the U.S. feed). The cuts, which will result in the layoff of 15 employees, comes as part of a wider focus on providing European market coverage via digital platforms, such as the CNBC
CNBC
website.[15] The programming cutbacks from London
London
took effect on 4 January 2016. Only two programmes, Squawk Box Europe and the European version of Street Signs (the latter debuted on the same day), are produced out of CNBC
CNBC
Europe's Fleet Place studios in London.[16] Ratings[edit] Unlike its American sister station, CNBC
CNBC
Europe does not have its ratings measured on a daily basis: the channel resigned its membership of the UK's Broadcasters' Audience Research Board
Broadcasters' Audience Research Board
in September 2004 in protest at its refusal to incorporate out-of-home viewing into its audience figures.[17] The network instead focuses its viewership measure strictly towards the top 20% income bracket, where figures are compiled as part of Synovate's European Media and Marketing Survey (EMS). CNBC
CNBC
Europe's monthly viewership grew steadily from 1.7 million to 6.7 million in the decade after its 1998 merger with European Business
Business
News, with annual growth coming in at around 10%.[8] In the EMS survey covering 2010, the network's monthly reach was reported to be 6.8 million.[1] Programming[edit] European Business
Business
Day[edit] Current programming[edit] CNBC
CNBC
Europe produces live business day programming from 7h to 11h CET. The major business day programmes, all broadcast from London, on CNBC Europe are:

Squawk Box Europe
Squawk Box Europe
– Geoff Cutmore, Steve Sedgwick & Karen Tso Street Signs – Carolin Roth Decision Time (for live coverage of UK and European Central Bank lender rate announcements) – various journalists

In addition, CNBC
CNBC
Europe produces three weekly shows. These programmes are premiered at 23h CET and repeated at various times over the weekend. These are:

Access: Middle East Access: Africa The Edge Investing Edge

During the business day, the CNBC
CNBC
Europe Ticker is displayed during both programmes and commercials, providing information on share prices from the leading European stock exchanges (this means that advertisements on CNBC
CNBC
Europe are formatted differently from those on most television channels, taking up only part of the screen). When programming from CNBC
CNBC
Asia is shown, that network's ticker is displayed. A stack (or bug) providing index and commodity prices was displayed in the bottom right hand corner of the screen until December 2005, when it was replaced with a strip across the top of the screen (in line with the other CNBC
CNBC
channels). The ticker was decreased in size at the same time. The bug was moved back to the bottom right hand corner of the screen on 13 October 2014. Past programming[edit]

Agenda Europe Capital Ideas European Market Week Money & Sport European Market Wrap Business
Business
Centre Europe European Money Wheel

Morning Exchange (replaced by Worldwide Exchange
Worldwide Exchange
on 19 December 2005) Global Market Watch (replaced by Today's Business
Business
Europe on 15 January 2001) Europe Today (replaced by Today's Business
Business
Europe on 15 January 2001) Today's Business
Business
(replaced by Capital Connection on 26 March 2007) European Market Watch
European Market Watch
(replaced by Morning Exchange) Frankfurt
Frankfurt
Closing Bell
Closing Bell
(replaced by Europe Tonight
Europe Tonight
in September 2004) Europe Tonight
Europe Tonight
(cancelled at the end of 2009) Power Lunch Europe
Power Lunch Europe
(been on hiatus since 2009) Strictly Money
Strictly Money
(cancelled in March 2011) European Closing Bell
European Closing Bell
(cancelled 18 December 2015)

CNBC
CNBC
Europe's headquarters in Fleet Place, London.

Rebroadcasts of CNBC
CNBC
U.S. and CNBC
CNBC
Asia[edit] In addition to its own programming, CNBC
CNBC
Europe also broadcasts live almost all of the business day programming from CNBC
CNBC
U.S.. Worldwide Exchange, Squawk on the Street, Squawk Alley, Fast Money Half Time Report, Power Lunch
Power Lunch
and Closing Bell
Closing Bell
are all broadcast in their entirety. Squawk Box
Squawk Box
is also now shown in full right across Europe as until March 2011 only the final two hours of the show were available to viewers in the UK and Ireland because CNBC
CNBC
Europe broadcast Strictly Money
Strictly Money
to UK and Irish viewers. However, on the day when CNBC Europe broadcasts its coverage of the monthly announcements of the UK and European Central Bank
European Central Bank
lender rates, only the first hour of Squawk Box is shown on CNBC
CNBC
Europe. Squawk Alley was originally not shown because it clashed with European Closing Bell, until the latter was cancelled on 18 December 2015. Originally, Fast Money had not been shown on the channel but from November 2010 until March 2016 the programme was shown on tape delay at 0500 CET in the hour between the end of CNBC
CNBC
Asia programming and Capital Connection. Between November 2016 and March 2017) CNBC
CNBC
Europe broadcast Nightly Business
Business
Report at 0500 CET followed by a rebroadcast of a weekly magazine show or a one-off report at 0530 CET and between November 2017 and March 2018 a two hour edition of Capital Connection has been shown. Fast Money is still occasionally seen on CNBC
CNBC
Europe, such as during major events as a way of providing the channel with continued live programming. Mad Money has yet to be seen on CNBC
CNBC
Europe. While the U.S. markets are open, the CNBC
CNBC
Europe Ticker is modified to carry U.S. share prices. A break filler, consisting of HotBoards (CNBC's custom stock price graphs) is often broadcast during U.S. programming, owing to the increased number of advertising breaks. In addition, for many years, during the evening a recorded Europe Update was broadcast during some U.S. ad breaks, in which Louisa Bojesen presented a 90-second run down of the European closing prices. For a time in 2013 this concept was extended into daytime when CNBC
CNBC
Europe broadcast brief European updates twice an hour when the network was broadcasting CNBC
CNBC
U.S.'s Squawk programmes. These segments were broadcast live and, as with the recorded evening updates, were inserted into commercial breaks. Europe Update has now been discontinued and has been replaced with an insert detailing current items on CNBC
CNBC
Europe's website. The channel also broadcasts live the majority of CNBC
CNBC
Asia's output. However broadcasts of CNBC
CNBC
Asia's live programming had been scaled back in the late 2000s as the channel had preferred to broadcast teleshopping and, latterly, poker programming overnight. During the period when poker was shown CNBC
CNBC
Europe only broadcast the final hour (final two hours between April and October) of Asian programming, apart from late Sunday night/early Monday morning when the channel broadcast CNBC
CNBC
Asia's full morning line-up. In 2009, the majority of Asian programming was reinstated although the entire broadcast day of CNBC
CNBC
Asia is still only shown on Sunday night/early Monday morning. Other programmes[edit] Other daily programmes not produced by CNBC
CNBC
include NBC
NBC
talk show The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon until 2016 when it was replaced with Late Night With Seth Meyers
Late Night With Seth Meyers
and NBC
NBC
Nightly News with Lester Holt. Weekly programmes broadcast by the channel include Investing Edge, On The Money, Managing Asia
Managing Asia
and Inside China. On Saturdays the channel broadcasts the previous night's edition of Nightly Business Report. In February 2008 a weekend nine-hour CNBC
CNBC
Life strand,[18] was launched. This slot, which ran during the afternoon and evening, incorporated the already established weekend afternoon sporting coverage of sports such as PGA Tour
PGA Tour
golf, tennis and yachting with new programming which included travel programming produced by the Travel Channel, output from The Luxury Channel, news and current affairs broadcasts as well as editions of The Tonight Show and the NBC
NBC
News Sunday-morning interview show Meet the Press. In September 2010 CNBC began airing a series of operas and ballets on Sunday afternoons under the title of CNBC
CNBC
Performance. The 20-part series began in September 2010 and ran until the end of January 2011.[19] This programming was repeated during the rest of 2011. Since 2012 weekend output has been more focused on its core remit of business programming as the network has increasingly moved towards a weekend schedule of showings of the CNBC
CNBC
US-produced documentaries and weekly business programmes. Sport continues to be shown on weekend afternoons, although this now focuses mainly on the US PGA Golf Tour, as do the early evening showings of The Tonight Show. The Sunday morning sponsored religious programming block also continues to be broadcast as does Meet The Press. The lifestyle, travel and CNBC Performance elements have been removed from the schedule. CNBC
CNBC
Europe also occasionally airs special programmes dedicated to the world of financial news and politics. Previous examples of this programming are Questions for the Future, Squawk Outside the Box and Global Players with Sabine Christiansen. The channel used to broadcast the 24-hour MS NBC
NBC
news channel during major non-business related breaking news and also overnight at the weekend and during the afternoon on American public holidays until broadcasting of MS NBC
NBC
on the channel stopped in the late 2000s. Standard weekend programming replaced the overnight broadcasts and on American bank holidays CNBC
CNBC
Europe now broadcasts replays of its weekly magazine programmes. Coverage of non-business related breaking news now comes from CNBC
CNBC
U.S.'s own coverage or from NBC
NBC
News. The channel carries some paid programmes at the weekend but this has been scaled back somewhat and the only paid programming now seen on the channel are religious programmes on Sunday mornings. Previously, the channel had given over a number of weekend, and during the 2000s, weekday overnight, slots to teleshopping but this has now disappeared from the network. Extended programming[edit] In the past CNBC
CNBC
Europe has broadcast extended European programming on U.S. bank holidays. In the mid 2000s, this took the form of an extended edition of Power Lunch
Power Lunch
Europe, during 2009 and 2010 CNBC
CNBC
had broadcast Strictly Money
Strictly Money
to the whole of Europe and in 2012 and 2013 the network broadcast a three-hour edition of Worldwide Exchange
Worldwide Exchange
and a two-hour edition of European Closing Bell. In 2014 and 2015, CNBC Europe did not broadcast any extended programming on U.S. bank holidays, although on many of the 2016 American bank holidays, CNBC Europe broadcast two-hour editions of Street Signs. Since the start of 2016, CNBC
CNBC
Europe began broadcasting almost all of the CNBC
CNBC
US live business day schedule. Previously, the full schedule had only been seen on Europe-wide bank holidays which were regular working days in the United States
United States
( CNBC
CNBC
Asia produced Worldwide Exchange on those days) and between Christmas and the new year as CNBC Europe produced less European programming at this time. On the day each month when the bank lending rates are announced, CNBC Europe broadcasts Decision Time, which airs between 1200 CET and 1400 CET. The channel provides extra programming during the annual January gathering in Davos
Davos
of the World Economic Forum. In addition to coverage during its regular programmes, the channel broadcasts a daily one-hour special programme beginning at 1600 CET. Simulcasts outside Europe[edit] All of CNBC
CNBC
Europe's weekday programmes can be seen in their entirety in the U.S. on CNBC
CNBC
World. Street Signs is also seen on CNBC's main channel in the U.S. Only Squawk Box Europe
Squawk Box Europe
and Street Signs are regularly seen on CNBC
CNBC
Asia. The CNBC
CNBC
Europe ticker is seen on CNBC
CNBC
World but not on CNBC
CNBC
Asia and CNBC
CNBC
U.S. Presenters[edit] Current anchors and correspondents[edit]

Then- CNBC
CNBC
Europe journalist Louisa Bojesen
Louisa Bojesen
moderates a debate at the 2009 World Economic Forum
World Economic Forum
on the Middle East in Jordan.

The presenters are based in London
London
unless otherwise stated.

Geoff Cutmore Hadley Gamble (Middle East) Arjun Kharpal Willem Marx Carolin Roth Steve Sedgwick Karen Tso Annette Weisbach (Frankfurt)

CNBC
CNBC
Europe anchor Geoff Cutmore
Geoff Cutmore
moderates a debate at the 2008 World Economic Forum: New Champions meeting in Tianjin, China.

The station also uses reporters from its sister network Class CNBC
CNBC
for coverage of the Italian markets. Past anchors and reporters[edit]

Becky Anderson (now with CNN International) Beccy Barr (formerly Rebecca Meehan; now with BBC North West) Louisa Bojesen
Louisa Bojesen
(left 28 April 2017) Julia Chatterley (now with Bloomberg Television) Ros Childs (now working in Australian broadcasting) Emma Crosby (now with 5 News) Anna Edwards (now with Bloomberg Europe) Raymond Frenken (was Amsterdam Market Reporter and EU Correspondent) Wilfred Frost (now with CNBC
CNBC
US) Yousef Gamal El-Din
Yousef Gamal El-Din
(now with Bloomberg) Aaron Heslehurst (now with BBC World News) Simon Hobbs (later with CNBC
CNBC
US; left in July 2016) John Holland (was Frankfurt
Frankfurt
Bureau Chief) Guy Johnson (now with Bloomberg Europe) Susan Li (moved to CNBC
CNBC
US; left in August 2017) Ed Mitchell Seema Mody
Seema Mody
(rejoined CNBC
CNBC
US in September 2015) Stéphane Pedrazzi Nigel Roberts Patricia Szarvas Silvia Wadhwa Deborah Turner Ross Westgate (now with Infinity Creative Media)

Affiliate channels and partnerships[edit] There is a feed of CNBC
CNBC
Europe for Scandinavian countries called CNBC Nordic.[20] It shows identical programmes to CNBC
CNBC
Europe but has a ticker focussing on Scandinavian stock exchanges. The channel also operates a separate feed for the United Kingdom. Before late 2008 this was utilised only occasionally, usually for advertising purposes.[21] The network has since begun to actively market the feed to potential advertisers,[21] and at the start of 2009 its first UK-specific programming, Strictly Money, began, initially as a 12-week experiment but the programme continued to air until March 2011. Now the only UK-specific programming is the occasional weekend teleshopping broadcast. Viewers in Ireland also receive this feed. The following European channels also fall under the CNBC
CNBC
brand:

CNBC-e, the defunct Turkish version of CNBC. This is unique in the CNBC
CNBC
family, in that after business day hours, it broadcasts popular general entertainment programmes and films, plus children's programming from Nickelodeon. Owned and operated under license by Doğuş Holding. NBCUniversal's share was acquired in 2015 by Discovery Communications
Discovery Communications
and renamed TLC.[22] Class CNBC
CNBC
(formerly CFN-CNBC), the Italian version of the network, operated in conjunction with Class Editori and Mediaset. CNBC
CNBC
Arabiya, the Arabic version of the channel. Owned and operated under license by Middle East Business
Business
News.[23] On 10 July 2007, CNBC
CNBC
Europe announced the creation of a new Polish business channel, TVN CNBC
CNBC
Biznes, operated under license by TVN. The channel launched on 3 September,[24] and shares resources with CNBC Europe through a permanent link to their London
London
headquarters.[25]

In December 2003, CNBC
CNBC
Europe signed an agreement with German television news channel N24 to provide regular updates from the Frankfurt
Frankfurt
Stock Exchange.[26] Correspondents Silvia Wadhwa, Patricia Szarvas and Annette Weisbach report throughout the day in German. In June 2008 the channel also began producing thrice-daily video reports in German for the website of Focus magazine.[27] Other services[edit] CNBC
CNBC
Europe is narrowcast in London's black cabs on the Cabvision network.[28] The network provides mobile phone audio to users in Europe, accessible by dialling a local access number or calling a specific Emsat number. In addition to live audio streaming of the channel, the service also features recorded content such as CEO interviews and technical analysis.[29] Since 2005, CNBC
CNBC
Europe also produces the monthly magazine CNBC Business
Business
(formerly named CNBC
CNBC
European Business) in conjunction with Ink Publishing. The magazine is aimed at senior businesspeople and business travellers. References[edit]

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KNBC KNSD KNTV KXAS-TV WBTS-LD
WBTS-LD
& WYCN-CD WCAU WMAQ-TV WNBC WRC-TV WTVJ WVIT
WVIT
Other properties: Cozi TV

K15CU-D

LXTV New England Cable News

Telemundo Station Group

KBLR KDEN-TV KEJT-LP KHRR KNSD-DT20 KNSO[nu 9] KSTS KTAZ KTDO KTLM KTMD KVDA KVEA KXTX-TV WKAQ-TV WNEU WNJU WRDM-CD/WDMR-LP[nu 10] WRIW-CD WRMD-CD WSCV WSNS-TV WTMO-CD WWSI WWDT-CD WZTD-LD WZDC-CD[nu 10] Other properties: TeleXitos

Independent station

WZGS-CD

Other assets:

EMKA, Ltd. International Media Distribution PictureBox Films

Former/Defunct properties and predecessors:

Castle Films Chapman Entertainment Chiller CIC Video Cloo Comcast
Comcast
Network Esquire Network FilmDistrict G4 Good Machine Gramercy Pictures Harvey Films/Harvey Comics ITC Entertainment Interscope Communications Kitty Films Miss Universe[nu 11] Multimedia Entertainment MCA Inc. NBC
NBC
Weather Plus October Films Pacific Data Images PolyGram Filmed Entertainment Propaganda Films Seagram
Seagram
Company Ltd. Shift Seeso Total Television United Productions of America Universal HD ZGS Communications

^ Co-owned with The Amblin Group, Participant Media, Reliance Entertainment, Entertainment One
Entertainment One
and Alibaba Pictures. ^ Co-owned with China
China
Media Capital, Shanghai Media Group
Shanghai Media Group
and Shanghai Alliance Investment. ^ Co-owned with Hearst Communications
Hearst Communications
and Verizon Communications. ^ 50%, with Viacom's Paramount Pictures. ^ Co-owned with 21st Century Fox, The Walt Disney Company
The Walt Disney Company
and Time Warner. ^ Co-owned with The Blackstone Group
The Blackstone Group
and Bain Capital. ^ Co-owned with Media Globe Networks and European public broadcasters. ^ Co-owned with Mediaset. ^ The station is owned by NBCUniversal, but is controlled by Serestar Communications. ^ a b Operated by NBCUniversal
NBCUniversal
under a local marketing agreement. ^ Co-owned with The Trump Organization
The Trump Organization
before September 2015 sale to WME/IMG.

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Living TV Group

Channels

Now operated by Sky

Challenge Living Real Lives

Defunct

Bravo Bravo 2 Challenge Jackpot Channel One The Children's Channel European Business
Business
News Ftn SceneOne Setanta Sports
Setanta Sports
News1 Living Loves Tiny Living Trouble Virgin Central

1 Joint venture with Setanta Sports Category

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Television in the Netherlands

NPO

NPO 1 NPO 2 NPO 3 NPO 1
NPO 1
Extra NPO 2
NPO 2
Extra NPO 3
NPO 3
Extra NPO Nieuws NPO Politiek NPO Sport NPO Zapp Xtra BVN[gl 1]

RTL

RTL 4 RTL 5 RTL 7 RTL 8 RTL Z RTL Crime RTL Lounge RTL Telekids

Talpa

NET 5[gl 2] SBS 6[gl 2] SBS 9[gl 2] TV 538[gl 3] Veronica[gl 2]

Fox

24Kitchen BabyTV[gl 4] Fox[gl 5] Fox Sports[gl 5]

Fox Sports Eredivisie[gl 5] Fox Sports International[gl 5]

National Geographic Nat Geo Wild Sky News[gl 4]

Viacom

Comedy Central Comedy Central Family[gl 6] Comedy Central Extra MTV MTV Brand New MTV Live HD MTV Music 24 Nickelodeon Nick Jr. Nick Music Nick Toons Spike VH1 Europe VH1 Classic Europe

Discovery

Animal Planet Discovery Discovery Science Discovery World Eurosport 1 Eurosport 2 Fine Living Food Network Investigation Discovery TLC Travel Channel

Disney-ABC

Crime & Investigation Network[gl 7] Disney XD Disney Channel Disney Junior History[gl 7] Viceland[gl 7]

AMC

AMC CBS Reality[gl 8] Extreme Sports Channel Outdoor Channel[gl 9] ShortsTV[gl 10]

Turner

Boomerang Cartoon Network CNN International

Ziggo

Ziggo
Ziggo
Sport Ziggo
Ziggo
Sport Totaal

Ziggo
Ziggo
Sport Select Ziggo
Ziggo
Sport Voetbal Ziggo
Ziggo
Sport Golf Ziggo
Ziggo
Sport Racing Ziggo
Ziggo
Sport Extra 1 and 2

Ziggo
Ziggo
TV

NBCUniversal

CNBC
CNBC
Europe E! Euronews[gl 11]

Sony

Film1

Film1
Film1
Premiere Film1
Film1
Action Film1
Film1
Family Film1
Film1
Drama

Stingray Digital

Stingray Brava Stingray Djazz Stingray iConcerts Stingray Lite TV

MuziekKiosk

Nashville TV SchlagerTV TV Oranje

VRT

één Canvas Ketnet

BBC

BBC One BBC Two BBC Four CBBC Cbeebies BBC First BBC Entertainment BBC World News

ARD/ZDF

Das Erste ZDF NDR Fernsehen WDR Fernsehen

Regional

AT5 L1 TV NH Omroep Brabant TV Omroep Flevoland TV Omroep Zeeland TV Omrop Fryslân TV RTV Drenthe RTV Noord RTV Oost RTV Rijnmond RTV Utrecht TV Gelderland TV West

Other

100% NL TV 192TV DanceTrippin TV Family 7 FashionTV Motorsport.tv ONS OutTV Pebble TV RTV-7 Slam!TV Xite

International channels

Al Jazeera English Arte CGTN Mediaset
Mediaset
Italia Mezzo TV RTL Sat.1 TRT Türk TV5MONDE TVE Internacional

Defunct

13th Street Universal Adventure One The Box The Box Comedy Canal+ Consumenten 24 Discovery Travel & Living ESPN America ESPN Classic Euro 7 Family 24 Film1
Film1
Festival Film1
Film1
Sundance Filmnet Fox 8 Fox Kids Fox Life Geschiedenis 24 Het Gesprek Hallmark Channel HBO 1/2/3 Jetix JimJam Kindernet MGM Channel NBC
NBC
Super Channel NostalgieNet NPO Doc NPO Humor TV RTL-Véronique Spirit 24 Sport1 Sport 7 Sterren 24 SuperSport Syfy TCM/TNT Classic Movies TMF TMF Dance TMF NL TMF Pure TNT Talpa/Tien TV10 TV10 Gold V8 Vesta TV Weer en Verkeer Yorin Zone Club Zone Horror Zone Reality

^ a joint venture with VRT ^ a b c d through Talpa TV ^ TV version of Radio 538 ^ a b distributed by Fox Networks Group
Fox Networks Group
Europe ^ a b c d through Eredivisie
Eredivisie
Media & Marketing CV, a joint venture with Eredivisie
Eredivisie
CV, Endemol
Endemol
and KNVB ^ a joint venture with Endemol ^ a b c through A&E Networks UK, a joint venture with Sky plc ^ a joint venture with CBS ^ a joint venture with Outdoor Channel Holdings Inc. ^ a joint venture with Shorts International ^ Media Globe Networks (53%), NBCUniversal
NBCUniversal
News Group (25%) and European public

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