CNBC and Sky Team up To launch CNBC Latin America

What: CNBC International and Sky Mexico partnered to create CNBC Latin America, a dedicated business and financial TV news service.
Why it matters: CNBC Latin America will air in Latin American countries including Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.

descargaCNBC International announced a strategic partnership with Sky Mexico that will see the creation of CNBC Latin America, a dedicated business and financial TV news service.

CNBC Latin America will bring the best of CNBC's English language content from around the globe to the regions business elite. Existing shows such as Squawk Box, Late Night with Seth Meyers and the PGA World Tour will be aired in Latin American countries including Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.

"The launch of CNBC Latin America is the latest addition to the suite of strategic partnerships underpinning CNBC's emerging markets strategy. We are pleased to bring CNBC's unique and robust content proposition to the region," said KC Sullivan, President and MD of CNBC International.

The channel will launch this week on Sky Mexico channel 631. This launch follows the rollout of CNBC Indonesia earlier this year.

 


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