CNBC will unveil its new Middle East headquarters and TV studios. CNBC will broadcast “Capital Connection,” fronted by Middle East anchor Hadley Gamble. The financial news network CNBC will on Monday unveil its new Middle East headquarters and TV studios, based at the Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) complex.
The facility will act as the network’s regional hub, and broadcast “Capital Connection,” fronted by Middle East anchor Hadley Gamble. CNBC’s Nancy Hungerford will co-anchor the show from the network’s Asia headquarters, which is based within the Singapore Exchange, the network said in a statement.
“We’ve been reporting the Middle East business story to CNBC’s elite global audience for years. The launch of our new home within ADGM starts a new chapter in our reporting from the region,” said Gamble. “These new state-of-the-art studios provide us with a fantastic platform to tell the global business story through a unique Middle East lens.” CNBC says this week’s broadcasts from the Middle East will include exclusive interviews with Mohamed Khalifa Al-Mubarak, chairman of Aldar Properties, and Saudi Prince Turki Al-Faisal.
John Casey, CNBC’s senior vice president of international news and programming, said: “CNBC broadcasts daily from the network’s International Headquarters in New York, London and Singapore. With the addition of our new Middle East Headquarters at ADGM, we plan to connect Abu Dhabi to the world’s financial capitals.”