Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco is the former primetime newscast of GMA Network in the Philippines. Anchored by Mel Tiangco. It was the first late-night newscast of the network from August 2, 1999 to July 12, 2002 and became the early evening newscast from July 15, 2002 and ended on March 12, 2004 to make way for 24 Oras. The Slogan for the newscast is Headlines Bukas, Ngayon ang Broadcast, and Pawang Katotohanan Lamang.
Weekend Now is a weekend weather program on The Weather Channel that airs from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Eastern time on Saturdays and Sundays. The program, which originally featured unique segments including world weather, lifestyle-oriented weather, and light weather news, debuted in 2001 as the first of multiple weekend programs on The Weather Channel.
Daybreak Northern Ireland was the regional news strand for Northern Ireland provided for the ITV breakfast station ITV Breakfast.
Unlike the ITV plc-owned regions, UTV - the ITV contractor for Northern Ireland - did not provide regional news broadcasts during Daybreak. This was due to a dispute between UTV and GMTV which dates back to 1994 when UTV opted out of the national breakfast contractor in breach of their broadcasting licence to provide live coverage of the breaking news of the Combined Loyalist ceasefire.
GMTV Northern Ireland was rebranded as Daybreak Northern Ireland in September 2010, when GMTV was replaced by new breakfast programme, Daybreak. Regional bulletins aired three times each weekday, and included a look at the days main headlines, a travel news update, and a weather forecast.
CNBC's On the Money, hosted by Carmen Wong Ulrich, is a television program that focuses primarily on personal finance, a programming departure from CNBC's "investor focused" weekday programming.
The show premiered on October 10, 2005 with Dylan Ratigan as host. Ratigan was replaced by Melissa Francis in 2007 and remained on CNBC's schedule until October 5, 2007. On September 27, it was announced that the program would be removed from the schedule effective October 10, due in part to low ratings, but the last edition was aired on October 5.
The program was completely revamped and relaunched on August 4, 2008 featuring new CNBC personality Carmen Wong Ulrich The program is now more of a financial advice show, similar to The Suze Orman Show.
On the Money was reduced from a daily 10pm program, to a single Saturday night airing effective June 1, 2009. On August 25, 2009, CNBC announced that it would be canceling the program for the second time, shifting resources to their more successful documentary unit.
European Market Watch was a business news programme aired on CNBC Europe between 10 am-noon CET. The programme was originally based on the CNBC U.S. morning programme Market Watch, which was later replaced by the programme Morning Call. Just like its US counterpart, European Market Watch presented viewers with the latest market information and in-depth analysis of the stories making business.
Sentro was an evening news broadcast of TV5 in the Philippines anchored by Martin Andanar.
The newscast premiered on May 3, 2004, replacing Balitang Balita. It was first anchored by John Susi and Ali Sotto. On October 2, 2006, the newscast exchanged timeslots with Big News, the evening news program of the network. Susi and Sotto were replaced by Martin Andanar, who became the final anchor of the newscast.
On June 25, 2007, Sentro was reformatted into an all-English news show, despite the retention of the name and some of the opening text and ending reminders still in Filipino. This used to be the format of Big News before its main language was changed to Filipino.
On August 8, 2008, Sentro, together with Big News aired its final broadcast.
Palaban is a news and public affairs program of GMA Network hosted by Winnie Monsod, former Miss Universe Runner-Up Miriam Quiambao and Malou Mangahas. The program replaced the award-winning Debate with Mare at Pare in which it aired for almost a decade.
European Market Wrap was a business news programme aired on CNBC Europe. The programme was originally based on the CNBC U.S. programme Market Wrap, which was later replaced by the programme Closing Bell. The show followed the final moments of trade across Europe and went on location to reporters who gave the action from their respective areas. Throughout the show, US market updates were also included.
Like its US counterpart, European Market Wrap was eventually replaced by European Closing Bell.
Market Watch is a show on CNBC that aired from 10AM to 12noon ET, hosted by Martha MacCallum and Tyler Mathisen, and Bob Sellers and Consuelo Mack. It was replaced by Midday Call on Feb 4, 2002.
The show gave viewers the latest business news during the morning trading session. Regular segments included Taking Stock where viewers could phone-in and ask the guest analysts' recommendations on certain stocks.
West 57th is a newsmagazine series which aired on CBS from August 13, 1985, through September 9, 1989.West 57th originally premiered as a summer series, and took its name from the New York address of the CBS Broadcast Center. The original correspondents were Jane Wallace, Bob Sirott, Meredith Vieira, and John Ferrugia. Later contributors included Steve Kroft, Selina Scott, Karen Burnes, and Stephen Schiff.
The style of the program was intended to use the contemporary tools of television to tell compelling stories. The show's popularity, a concern for Hewitt, prompted 60 Minutes pundit Andy Rooney to dedicate one of his closing segments on his program to a parody of West 57th correspondents.
After the cancellation, the show was replaced by the short-lived Saturday Night with Connie Chung. Vieira and fellow correspondent Steve Kroft transferred to 60 Minutes, where Kroft currently remains. Vieira went on to anchor NBC's Today Show. Sirott moved to Chicago to continue a successful career in local TV and radio. John
Cash Flow is a television business news program aired every weekday at 10:00am Singapore/Hong Kong/Taiwan time on CNBC Asia. It is broadcast live from CNBC Asia's studio in Sydney and presented by Oriel Morrison and at Hong Kong's studio presented by Bernard Lo for the first hour. It was originally presented by Maura Fogarty for the first hour and Amanda Drury for the second hour and was broadcast live from Singapore. It is produced by CNBC Asia from Singapore by a team of journalists. Cash Flow is also seen in the United States on the CNBC World channel every Sunday through Thursday at 10:00pm Eastern Time. It is also shown on CNBC Europe at 3:00 GMT
The ITV News at 10.30 was the flagship news programme on British television network ITV, airing Monday to Friday at 10:30pm. It was produced by ITN. It was introduced into the ITV schedule as the ITV News at Ten-Thirty on 2 February 2004, following the demise of the ITV Nightly News.
There was a twenty-five minute broadcast of British national and international news, with a dedicated business, sports, and a review of the following morning' newspaper front-pages. It was followed by a five minute roundup of news from the ITV regions around the United Kingdom.
Business Centre Europe is a business news programme once aired on CNBC Europe that replaced Europe Tonight. Airing from 18.00 UK time, Business Centre Europe was a 30-minute wrap-up of the day's top business stories in Europe and also crossed over to the US to update progress on the trading day there. The show was initially presented by Sarah Clements and then by Emma Crosby.
The show took its name from CNBC US' flagship evening show, Business Center. However unlike its U.S. and Asian counterparts which used slightly different lower-thirds on screen, the show's lower-thirds were the exactly same as the ones used on CNBC Europe's other daytime programmes.
The programme was canceled in late 2001 where Emma Crosby co-anchored the show preceding its timeslot, European Market Wrap along with Nigel Roberts.
Capital Connection is a television business news programme aired every weekday on various CNBC channels around the world. It is broadcast live from CNBC Asia's studios in Singapore and is anchoring by CNBC Asia's Chloe Cho and CNBC Europe's Carolin Roth. A third co-anchor, Yousef Gamal El-Din, joined the show from the network's newly opened Bahrain studio on 14 June 2010. Originally, this leg of the show was only featured from Monday to Thursday, but was later featured every weekday from February 2011 to November 2011, when the Bahrain leg was discontinued altogether. As a result, Capital Connection reverted to two continents.
The programme debuted on 2007-03-26 as a result of significant schedule changes at both networks. Billed as "the bridge between Asia and Europe", the show airs from noon to 1pm Hong Kong/Singapore/Taiwan Time on CNBC Asia and from 6am to 7am CET on CNBC Europe. The broadcast also airs on the CNBC World channel in the United States weekdays from midnight to 1am ET.
Squawk Australia was a television business news program aired every weekday at 6:00am Singapore/Hong Kong/Taiwan time on CNBC Asia. It was broadcast live from CNBC Asia's Australia studio in Sydney, and anchored by Amanda Drury. It was produced by CNBC Asia from Australia. It was also seen in the United States on the CNBC World channel at 6:00pm ET or 5:00pm ET. On Sundays, it was simulcasted on CNBC Europe at 22.00 UK time or 23.00 CET time.
The studio for the show will soon be opened up for public viewing when the Financial and Energy Exchange opens its doors sometime in 2010. The show was filmed on the floor of the exchange in front of one of the largest videowalls in the Southern Hemisphere.
Jeffrey James was the original anchor of Squawk Australia until his departure from the network in October 2008.
It was announced in early 2010 that Squawk Australia will be cancelled as part of a programming revamp at the network on 14 June 2010. This is also due to the relocation of Karen Tso to Singapore, and Amanda Dr