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London, 02 July 2015 – CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, will air a 4-hour broadcast special to cover the early results and fallout from Sunday's crucial Greek referendum. The show will air on CNBC networks internationally (EMEA and Asia Pacific) and in the US on CNBC World. Airtimes are 8pm-12am CEST/7pm-11pm BST/2pm-6pmET/2am-6amSIN/HK).
"GREECE DECIDES" will be anchored from London by Squawk Box hosts Steve Sedgwick and Karen Tso, with live on ground reporting from Julia Chatterley in Athens, Geoff Cutmore in Brussels and Annette Weisbach at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt.
The show will capture the mood in Greece as polls close and first signals of a result emerge. Expert commentators, investors and politicians will offer insight on the referendum outcome and the likely implications for the markets on Monday.
Complementing the TV broadcast, the CNBC Squawk Box Live blog at www.cnbc.com/squawkboxlive will bring CNBC readers and viewers real time coverage of Greece and related stories throughout the weekend.
Finola McDonnell, VP International Communications & Marketing
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