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GNN (news channel)

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Launched14 August 2018 (15 November 2005 as CNBC Pakistan)
Owned byGourmet Foods
Picture format16:9 (1080i50, HDTV)
SloganG Janta Hai
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersLahore, Punjab, Pakistan
WebsiteOfficial website
PTCL Smart TV (Pakistan)014

Gourmet News Network, commonly known as GNN, is a Pakistani 24-hour news and current affairs channel based in Lahore, Pakistan. It is owned and operated by Gourmet Foods.

Previously known as CNBC Pakistan, which was launched in 2005, under a license from  CNBC Asia Pacific. It was then owned by Vision Network Television Limited and on 2015 was renamed as Jaag TV.[1] Gourmet re-branded the Jaag TV network which it acquired in 2016 with a Rs 1.5 billion investment in 2018, it was again relaunched with a new name GNN (G News Network).[2]


It started its transmission under name of CNBC Pakistan by taking license from CNBC Asia. It was then owned by Vision Network Television.[3]

In 2015, it was relaunched as Jaag TV after struggling to compete in Pakistani market. The channel continued to struggle and was bought by Pakistani bakery company, Gourmet Bakeries.[2] Reportedly, they bought it for 1.5 billion to diversify their business.[2]

In 2018, company announced their attention to rename the channel and relaunch it under name, G News Network. For this purpose, they appointed Amir Mir brother of Hamid Mir as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the channel.[2]

On August 10, 2018, Hamid Mir left Geo TV and joined GNN as President of the channel along with two other colleagues Sohail Warraich and Munib Farooq.[4]


  • Baseerat
  • Live With Moeed Pirzada
  • Joke Dar Joke
  • G for Gharidah
  • Sarkaar
  • Zara Dehan Se
  • Weekend Brunch
  • Taron Sy Karain Batain
  • GNN Morning
  • Inside Out
  • Food Street
  • Viral


  • Gharidah Farooqi
  • Atif Bhatti
  • Amanullah Khan
  • Mohsin Bhatti
  • Mobeel Gabol
  • Faisal Rehman
  • Hina Niazi
  • Sakhawat Naaz
  • Wajid Khan

See also


  1. ^ "Blurred vision: Where is Pakistani television headed? - The Express Tribune". 5 May 2013.
  2. ^ a b c d "Food 'giant' Gourmet set to launch TV channel - Profit by Pakistan Today". 7 May 2018.
  3. ^ "Blurred vision: Where is Pakistani television headed? - The Express Tribune". 5 May 2013.
  4. ^ a b ڈیسک, ویب (11 August 2018). "'تبدیلی آگئی ہے' حامد میر اور جیو کا ساتھ ختم؟".
  5. ^ "GNN shows Youtube playlist". 11 Sep 2018.
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