CNN International Asia Pacific

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CNN International Asia Pacific
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CNN International Asia Pacific logo
Launched August 1989
Network CNN International
Owned by Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
(a Time Warner company)
Picture format SDTV 16:9
Slogan Go There
Country  Hong Kong
Broadcast area South East Asia, Australia, & Pacific Islands, India
Headquarters Hong Kong,Mumbai
Sister channel(s) CNN
CNN- News18
CNN Indonesia
CNN en Español
CNN Airport Network
CNN Asia
Channel 511
Channel 778 (HD)
Dream Satellite TV
Channel 24
Cignal Digital TV
Channel 40 (SD)
Channel 119 (HD)
Channel 333
BiG TV (Indonesia) Channel 53
Aora TV
Channel 701
Channel 172
Channel 172
Sky TV Palembang
Channel 172
(New Zealand)
Channel 91
Channel 605
StarHub TV (Singapore) Channel 711
TrueVisions (Thailand) Channel 778 (HD)
First Media
Channel 236
Channel 28 (Digital)
Channel 181 (HD)
Channel 14 (Digital) (CNN Philippines)
Destiny Cable
Channel 20 (Analog)
Channel 28 (Digital)
Channel 14 (Analog and Digital) (CNN Philippines)
Pioneer Cable Vision Inc. (PCVI)
Channel 18 (SDTV)
Channel 19
Parasat Cable TV
Channel 40
Aora TV
Channel 711
Yes TV
Channel 172
Cable TV Hong Kong
(Hong Kong)
Channel 74
now TV
(Hong Kong)
Channel 316
mio TV
Channel 167(HD)
(Sri Lanka)
Channel 23

CNN International Asia Pacific is the Asia-Pacific edition of the CNN International pay-TV cable network. The feed originates from Hong Kong,Mumbai.

CNN International began transmissions in August 1989.

From 1989 until 2005, this edition included exclusive programmes to the Asia-Pacific region such as Asia This Day, CNN Morning News (Asian edition), News Biz Today and Asia News. Since mid-2003, News Biz Today and Asia News (which were eventually renamed into CNN News and Asia NowandCNN India respectively) were simulcast on the other editions of CNN International. In addition, from 1990 to 2005, to differentiate it from the other feeds, the network logo on the lower-right hand of the screen had a static globe with the Asian continent facing the audiences.

Today, the differences between this edition and the other editions are minimal and are now limited to advertising and weather updates.

CNN has reported that their broadcast agreement in mainland China includes an arrangement that their signal must pass through a Chinese-controlled satellite. In this way, Chinese authorities have been able to black out CNN segments at will.