SBS CNBC

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SBS CNBC
SBS CNBC logo
CountrySouth Korea
Broadcast areaSouth Korea
SloganEconomy Made Easier
(경제가 쉬워집니다)
HeadquartersMapo District, Seoul
Programming
Language(s)Korean
Ownership
OwnerNBCUniversal
(Comcast Corporation)
and
SBS Media Holdings
(Taeyoung Group)
Key peopleKim Kee-seong, CEO
History
Launched28 December 2009 (2009-12-28)
Links
Websitesbscnbc.sbs.co.kr (in Korean)
Availability
Cable
link here
Satellite
SkylifeChannel 515
Streaming media
Watch live

SBS CNBC is a 24-hour business news channel in South Korea.

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On August 13, 2009, SBS took over all stocks of a sports TV channel Xports, which were shared by CJ Media (70%) and IB Sports (30%). After a partnership agreement with CNBC which taken on October 22, 2009,[1] Xports was shut down and replaced by SBS-CNBC on December 28, 2009. Most of its programme are being made in High Definition.

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