Business News Network

Business News Network (BNN ) is a Canadian television special interest channels, which focused on current economic and financial issues in North America. Since December 2010, the broadcasting studio in the 299 Queen Street West is located in Downtown Toronto, Ontario and operated by Bell Media.


In 1996, a joint venture between Thomson Corporation (50 % stake), WIC ( 25%) and Cancom (25 %) agreed. On 1 September 1999, the station began to broadcast the format under the name of Report on Business Television (short: ROBTv ). In 2000 the company took over the company Canwest Global WIC, which led to tensions within the joint venture because CanWest had the Southam newspaper and the newspaper The National Post over which operated concurrently with each other. In the same year, the Thomson Corp. transferred. in a newly formed company of Bell Globe Media, which also included the company CTV. On 12 March 2007 the renaming of the transmitter in Business News Network was.

Broadcast program

The station broadcasts mostly self-produced programs, some are from other broadcasters to buy and a Bloomberg Television. BNN sends current share prices directly from the Toronto Stock Exchange, NYSE, NASDAQ, and other major stock exchanges. The transmitter in addition to its head office in Toronto more Send offices in the financial centers NASDAQ at Times Square in New York, as well as on the stock exchange in Calgary, Canada.

TV Shows

  • Berman 's Call
  • Commodities
  • Headline
  • Market Call
  • Market Call Tonight
  • Market Morning
  • SqueezePlay
  • The Business News
  • The Close
  • Trading Day


On 28 November 2011, the station began with the parallel radiation of his TV format in HDTV. The HD channels will be fed into the digital cable network from Bell Fibe TV and Shaw Cable.