NBC Europe

NBC Europe (formerly Super Channel and NBC Super Channel) was a satellite television channel based in the United Kingdom that broadcast across Europe. It was picked up by various European cable television networks.

Read more about NBC Europe:  Early History, NBC Steps In, NBC Europe As A German Network, Programming

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International Broadcasts - Europe, Latin America and The Middle East - NBC Super Channel Becomes NBC Europe
... was taken over by General Electric, the parent of NBC, and became NBC Super Channel ... In 1996, the channel was renamed NBC Europe, but was, from then on, almost always referred to as simply "NBC" on the air ... Most of NBC Europe's prime time programming was produced in Europe due to rights restriction associated with US primetime shows, but after 11 pm Central European Time on weekday ...
ITN World News - Domestic Versions - NBC Europe
... See also NBC Europe In 1993, The Super Channel was bought by American company, General Electric ... Firstly, The Super Channel was renamed NBC Super Channel ... Secondly, many popular programmes from NBC began appearing on the channel comedy programmes from NBC included The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and Saturday Night Live news ...
NBC Europe - Programming
... limitations on the amount of entertainment programming on the network, NBC Europe aired a number of original programming in tandem with American programming that. 49win (GIGA) Agenda Best Of The Ticket NBC Blue Night Bonanza Business Insiders Business Tonight Business Weekly Chinese News Europe CNBC Business Weekly CNBC European Squawk Box CNBC U ... Squawk Box Dateline NBC With Jane Pauley And Stone Phillips Daybreak The Detectives Disaster Chronicles Eco Record Equal Time European Business Today Film Europe FT Business Today FT Business Tonight FT ...

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