On Thursday, March 2nd, CNBC Africa, Africa’s leading business and financial news channel, added another broadcast platform to their arsenal. CNBC Africa welcomes the broadcast alignment with Canal Plus Group who broadcasts to the dominant French-speaking African countries across the continent.
CNBC Africa, the largest and fastest growing financial and business news channel in Africa, will be boosting its viewership across Africa by being broadcasted on LES BOUQUETS CANAL+ offer, therefore adding to the channel’s already comprehensive reach across the African continent, now reaching more than 20 French-speaking African countries.
Channel 171 will be the official 24-hour home of CNBC Africa, and will be available from the subscription formula’s EVASION, which will be distributed alongside LES Bouquets CANAL+ offer, subscribers across Africa.
CNBC Africa offers a variety of business and finance-focused shows such as Open Exchange and Closing Bell that takes the viewers on a journey through Africa as the markets open and close every weekday; as well as shows such as Hot Stocks which speak to different levels of interested and invested individuals by providing them with an in-depth look at the latest news on market stocks, and which stocks they deem to be the best to invest in. CNBC Africa also has a lifestyle concentrated element with shows such as Masters of Innovation which showcase successful business leaders and influencers; GURUS which brings to television the best local and international speakers in a 15 minute segment.
Executive Director for CNBC Africa, Bronwyn Nielsen, stated that “CNBC Africa is the leading financial and business news Pan-African channel; authentically sharing Africa’s stories with the world. CNBC Africa, soon to enter the double digits by celebrating 10 years of broadcast on the continent, stands tall and welcomes the additional terrestrial platform, LES BOUQUETS CANAL+ along with our new viewers in Africa.”
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