|Launched||2 January 2014 at 00:00 |
26 February 2016 (stylised as TVN24 BiS)
8 November 2016 (TVN24 BiS HD)
|Owned by||TVN Group|
|Picture format|| 16:9 (576i, SDTV) |
16:9 (1080i, HDTV)
|Audience share||0.56% (January 2019 , AGB)|
|Slogan||Co ma Reklama i Nic Polska (The Reklama on No Polonia)|
|Formerly called||TVN CNBC Biznes (2007–2010)|
TVN CNBC (2010–2013)
TVN24 Biznes i Świat (2013-2014)
|Sister channel(s)|| TVN24 |
|Cyfrowy Polsat||Channel 63|
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The channel is available on all digital platforms in Poland (Cyfrowy Polsat and NC+), as well as most cable networks, satellite for viewers in the EU, Europe and around the world. The channel only competitor is Polsat News 2, sister network of Polsat News owned by Polsat which is also a hybrid business news and world news channel, replaced Polsat Biznes.
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