CNBC Asia Interview with
CIBT President and CEO Toby Chu was
interviewed in Hong Kong by CNBC Asia on March 1, 2004.
CNBC Asia Squawk Box is CNBC's signature morning show,
focuses on what viewers need to know after the markets
close in the U.S. and before the markets open in Asia.
CNBC Asia is available to over 26 million homes in Asia.
CNBC Asia PACIFIC
and Squawk Box:
December 9, 1997 saw two of the world's leading media
companies, Dow Jones & Company and NBC, coming together.
This global alliance creates a powerful combination of
strengths: Dow Jones produces vital world business and
financial news and information; NBC is the leading
television network in the U.S. and the only U.S. network
with global reach and vision. This move brings together
the world's most recognized business news brands
including The Wall Street Journal, CNBC and Dow Jones.
CNBC and Dow Jones team up to provide business news
programming that is unparalleled in scope. CNBC is
avaliable to over 26 million homes in Asia, 86 million
homes in the United States and 76 million homes in
Headquartered in the financial heart of Singapore, CNBC
Asia Pacific uses full-time the virtual reality
broadcast studio, giving it the ability to create
computer-generated, custom-designed sets, and take an
innovative lead in the presentation of complex data.
With global editorial and network resources, viewers can
expect the latest and most up-to-date information from
anywhere in the world that has an impact on their
Asia Squawk Box, CNBC's signature morning show, focuses
on what viewers need to know after the markets close in
the U.S. and before the markets open in Asia. This
unscripted, fast-paced guide to global markets gives
viewers unique insight and advice they won't find
SQUAWK BOX ANCHOR - BETTINA CHUA:
Bettina Chua began a career in business television
reporting 13 years ago in Malaysia at TV3, covering
local business, economic and political news. She has
been with CNBC Asia in all its incarnations, first
joining Asia Business News as an anchor in 1995, and
remaining with the company through the merger of its
business TV operations with CNBC in 1998. In 1999,
Bettina was named Asia's Best Presenter at the Asian
Television Awards, winning a coveted award for her work
on CNBC's advertising and marketing weekly program
"Storyboard". Her programs have also won numerous
distinctions at the New York Film & TV Awards, while her
independent television production, "Asian Style", was
first aired on CNBC in 2001.