Prior to Paxnet's acquisition of SK Group in 2001, it operated as an Internet stock broadcasting channel. However, when Paxnet was acquired by SK Group and funds were available, it was converted to cable broadcasting on April 12, 2009. Beginning in 2010, it will also start sending to Skylife and IPTV. Skylife Channel # 96 (HD), 353 times on B tv , 114 times on U + tv , 186 times on Olleh TV. In the application, only the iOS service is provided. In January 2013, it was acquired by SK Group as KMH. Subsequently, it was acquired by KMH's subsidiary Asia Economy and renamed as Asia Economy TV. It was again acquired by Kiwi Media Group and renamed as Pax Economy TV on February 1, 2019.
Paxnet because broadcast from the linkage made possible with the paxnet ID. Most of the people who appear on Pax TV are resident in Paxnet, just as the people on Korean Economic TV are based in Wownet. Most of the experts at Paxnet are being called by phone appearances during Internet lectures at Paxnet.
Cable broadcasting itself could not attract attention, so when you enter the homepage, it will be broadcast live. It is being broadcast. It is one of the services that have continued since the Internet was broadcast on the old Paxnet homepage.
As a stock broadcaster, a live broadcast is scheduled in line with the opening hours of the stock market. Live broadcast continuously from 6:40 in the morning when the US New York Stock Exchange closes and closes to 17:20 when the Korean stock market closes and closes. Since then, live and recorded broadcasts have been mixed. Today, the schedule is broadcast on weekdays from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm, and stock markets, real estate, and financial programs are broadcast. However, it was pushed by other economic channels.