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    Nightly Business Report

    Nightly Business Report

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    PBS
    Nightly Business Report (NBR) is the long running financial news program delivering the latest from Wall Street and other major markets from across the world. The current hosts are Tom Hudson, reporting from Miami, and Susie Gharib, reporting from New York. Reporters include Darren Gersh, Diane Estabrook, Erika Miller, Suzanne Pratt, Stephanie Dhue, Scott Gurvey, and Dana Bate. NBR was first broadcast in 1979, and was hosted by anchors Linda O'Bryon and Merwin Sigale, with assistance from Paul Kangas. It wasn't until 1981 that Nightly Business Report began airing across the United States. Throughout its run, NBR has won many awards for its excellence in news coverage. In 2005, NBR was awarded the Emmy for its series on "China's Emergence as an International Economic Power. In 2008, NBR won a Gerald Loeb Award for "India's Promise," an in-depth report on the Indian economy. Nightly Business Report is distributed by PBS and can be seen around the world.moreless
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    Face the Nation

    Face the Nation

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    CBS
    Face The Nation is a news interview program which airs every Sunday morning, live from the CBS studio in Washington D.C. It is dedicated to interviewing newsmakers on the latest issues. Guests include government leaders, politicians, and international figures in the news. CBS News correspondents engage the guests in a lively roundtable discussion focusing on current topics. The show started on November 7th, 1954, and was originally broadcast on both CBS Television and Radio Networks. After close to two decades, the program was taken off CBS radio.moreless
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    The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

    The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

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    MSNBC
    Lawrence O'Donnell hosts this news and political commentary program. O'Donnell is described by MSNBC as "providing the last word on the biggest issues and most compelling stories of the day."
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    Morning Joe

    Morning Joe

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    MSNBC
    This MSNBC program airs live weekday mornings from 6 to 9 am. Host Joe Scarborough creates a casual atmosphere full of lively political discussions, informative news stories, and thoughtful guest commentators.moreless
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    America's News HQ

    America's News HQ

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    FOX News Channel
    America's News HQ is an hour-long, multi-camera television program that airs on the weekends on the Fox News Channel. It typically airs several times on both Saturday and Sunday and features a variety of hosts. America's News HQ usually originates from either Washington D.C. or New York City. It first began airing on November 5, 2008 on both the weekend and during the week. The weekday programming ended on January 19, 2009, however. America's News HQ highlights both the top stories of the day as well as the news stories that dominated headlines over the previous week. It also includes interviews with current newsmakers and analysts. Hosts of the show include Uma Pemmaraju, Jamie Colby, Kelly Wright, Gregg Jarrett, Julie Banderas, Rick Folbaum, Juliet Huddy, Eric Shawn and Shannon Bream. Of the seven airings of America's News HQ over the weekend, only the early Saturday show and the midday Sunday program feature a single host instead of a duo.moreless
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    The Profit

    The Profit

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    CNBC
    Billionaire CEO and philanthropist Marcus Lemonis visits small businesses to determine if they are worth rescuing. If they are, he writes a check on the spot and takes ownership of the company for a week in order to set them back on the path to success. Described as "Shark Tank meets Bar Rescue", this show has more business cred than The Apprentice or The Pitch.moreless
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    Squawk Box

    Squawk Box

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    CNBC
    Squawk Box is the CNBC morning business news program that gives you a headstart on your stock portfolio whille you are eating your breakfast. The market pre-game show focuses on the days biggest stories, with guests that include the biggest names in business. Squawk has a witty and smart style, with fast-paced banter between the guests. The show premiered in 1995, and was originally hosted by New Jersey lawyer Mark Haines, with reporting by Joe Kernen, David Faber, and Maria Bartiromo, and is now anchored by Joe Kernen, Rebecca Quick, and Carl Quintanilla. In 2005 Haines and Faber created a spin-off of the program, Squawk on the Street, which was anchored from the NYSE by Haines. CNBC's signature morning show has guest reports from Washington, Silicon Valley, London, and Hong Kong. Squawk Box brings Wall Street to Main Street, giving you the information you need to start the trading day.moreless
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    Power Lunch: Latest

    Power Lunch: Latest

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    CNBC
    Power Lunch: Latest is a news talk show on CNBC, starring Sue Herera, Tyler Mathisen, and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. In the show, the lively, well educated, and highly opinionated hosts debate over a variety of issues concerning the business day’s biggest stories. Any field in which there is money to be made—from the economy, to the markets, to real estate, to technology, to media—Herera, Mathisen, and Caruso-Cabrera are there, discussing and debating their way all around the various facets of that field’s current top issues. Would you like to know more about the industry-wide compromise on net neutrality? Or would you like to know more about why Panera Bread’s experiment in which customers price their own purchases actually might makes some sense? Then turn your lunch break into a power lunch with Herera, Mathisen, and Caruso-Cabrera on Power Lunch: Latest, and maybe by the time you are done with your meal, you will have some ideas for how to bring home the bacon like never before.moreless
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    Squawk on the Street

    Squawk on the Street

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    CNBC
    Squawk on the Street is the spin-off of CNBC's morning show Squawk Box, hosted by the original Squawk Box host Mark Haines, that comes to you live from the floor of the NYSE to give you stock information and stock market picks. The show comes to you with Haines and Erin Burnett on the NYSE floor, and David Faber at CNBC Global HQ. Squawk on the Street provides viewers with up-to-the minute news from financial markets, covering the headlines of the day with guest analysis from the business world's best. Squawk on the Street features segments like The Rundown, Word on the Street, Instant Analysis, The Faber Report, Five for Five, the Opening Bell Countdown, and Opening Buzz, and ends with the Stocks to Watch. The first show to bring the action on Wall Street to your morning living room, with exclusive "Eye on the Floor" wireless cameras that give you a behind the scenes look at the Stock Exchange floor.moreless
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    Lou Dobbs Tonight

    Lou Dobbs Tonight

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    CNN
    Economist and journalist Lou Dobbs and his correspondents tackle a wide range of controversial issues. The show also features interviews with media personalities, economists and politicians.
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    Countdown to the Closing Bell

    Countdown to the Closing Bell

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    FOX Business
    Countdown to the Closing Bell is a Wall Street news series from Fox Business Network that has been an American institution since 2008. The program combines the immediacy of a live stock ticker with the suspense of a stretch run in the Kentucky Derby. Host Liz Claman has an uncanny knack for putting the Wall Street trading day into crystal-clear focus as the clock ticks down to that all bets are off moment of the last bell. From Fox's state of the art broadcast center a few short blocks from the NYSE in New York City, Claman and the Countdown team have become the go-to broadcasters for Wall Street happenings as they happen. Ask the multiple Emmy-winning anchor how she holds up under the pressure of a live broadcast where errors are a deadly sin and the information she provides is the raw material for millions of dollars in investments every day, and she'll distill it down to her own simple formula, "Most of all, we care about helping you make money, keep your money, [and] grow your money. So stay tuned!"moreless
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    Journal Editorial Report

    Journal Editorial Report

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    FOX News Channel
    The Journal Editorial Report is a weekly American interview and panel discussion TV program on Fox News Channel, hosted by Paul Gigot, editorial page editor of the Wall Street Journal. Prior to moving to Fox News, the show aired on PBS for 15 months, ending on December 2, 2005. Opening with a newsmaker of the week, Gigot usually interviews a guest for the first half of the program, asking questions related to the writings of the guest or a current event of interest to the guest. Following the guest segment, the program becomes a panel discussion of Wall Street Journal editorial writers giving their opinions on the political, economic, and cultural issues of the current week. The final segment labeled Hits and Misses lets the panelists speculate on what they believe will happen in the upcoming week.moreless
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    The Apprentice (UK)

    The Apprentice (UK)

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    BBC
    The Apprentice is a business reality show, where candidates compete in two teams to perform the best during business-related tasks, set by Lord Alan Sugar. Each week, the teams must appoint a Project Manager to lead them for the duration of the task, overseen by a trusted aide to Lord Sugar. In seasons 1-5, these were Margaret and Nick. From season 6 onwards, Margaret was replaced by Karren Brady. The team that performs the best will receive a reward, whilst the losing team will be summoned back to the boardroom and interrogated over their failure. Their project manager will be forced to pick two team-mates to face a final encounter, one of whom will be fired. In the first six seasons, the overall goal was a position working for Lord Sugar, with a £100,000 salary; this changed to be a £250,000 investment to start up a business of the winner's choice, with Lord Sugar as a partner.moreless
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    Closing Bell

    Closing Bell

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    CNBC
    Closing Bell is the CNBC financial news show that follows the last hour of trading in US stock markets, watching closely as the NYSE and NASDAQ ring their closing bells for the trading day. Anchored by Maria Bartiromo and another CNBC Anchor Scott Wapner, Bob Pisani, or Simon Hobbs. When Maria is out, the show uses substitute hosts like Melissa Francis, Melissa Lee, and Trish Regan. Including live reports from the Chicago Board of Trade, New York Mercantile Exchange, NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange, Closing Bell gives you an in-depth close-up look at the movements of markets, what's driving them that day, and how investor behavior is shifting as the markets come to a close. After the bell, there is an analysis of the markets' winners and losers, and business news. Follow your stocks, market conditions, and investor reactions with the hosts and analysts of CNBC's financial news show Closing Bell.moreless
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    Bulls and Bears

    Bulls and Bears

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    FOX Business
    Bulls and Bears is a financial television program that airs on FOX. With a focus on investments, stocks, bonds, commodities, and international economic issues, Bulls and Bears provides up-to-the-minute market coverage and interviews with some of the most knowledgeable economic experts in the world. The program focuses on after-market commentary on the past business day, as well as current market trends and any major national or international economic news items that have shown a strong effect on the stock market. Hosts Liz Claman and David Asman also provide viewers with a list of stocks to watch, and offer background on each company and the reasons why they believe that the stock will perform profitably. This information is also available on the program's website, which is part of the website maintained by the FOX Business Network. Viewers who visit the site may view detailed charts and graphs of stock performance, and read in-depth articles about investments that they own or are considering.moreless
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    Fast Money

    Fast Money

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    CNBC
    Catch the recap of the day's stock market moves on this financial-focused show. Get all the news and angles straight from the stock exchange floor.
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    Your Business

    Your Business

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    MSNBC
    Your Business is a weekend business program dedicated to covering issues affecting the small business owner. Your Business has offered up thousands of tips on running a small business from experts, covering topics ranging from how to prevent employee theft, to negotiating a business lease in the current economy. Host JJ Ramberg is a frequent contributor to the TODAY Show about current economic and financial issues. Hundreds of small business owners have also shared their personal stories about managing a modern, small business. Airing each weekend on MSNBC, Your Business profiles owners of larger businesses which started from meagre beginnings, owners like Paul Orfalea, founder of Kinko's. These owners offer viewers tips on how they grew their own small business of the past into the current, large business of today. Viewers interested in having their questions answered can submit them through the Your Business website. Their question could be answered by one of the show's experts during the next week's show.moreless
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    The Call

    The Call

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    CNBC
    The Call is an interview based news program that discusses all the big news of the day in the stock market. As they say, 90 minutes into the trading day, it's time to make the call, and hosts Trish Regan, Larry Kudlow, and Mellissa Francis find the brightest minds to debate the hot topics of discussion. Bringing in experts from Wall Street, the anchor trio asks the right questions, from what stocks are up or down, to how new products will affect trading. Will the latest elections affect the stocks of health care providers? What will be the effect of the latest huge merger between communications companies? Is an up and comer ready to dethrone a tech giant? All these and more are answered as The Call offers a fresh interpretation of the day, once the initial frenzy has died down. The videos are sharp, concise, and right to the point, as just like the pros, interested amateur traders don't have time to sit through a bunch of fluff. From tech to turf, retail to resale, Regan, Kudlow, and Francis are there to answer The Call.moreless
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    Bloomberg Television

    Bloomberg Television

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    Bloomberg Business Television
    Bloomberg Television is a TV channel headquartered in New York and provides viewers with up to date news and analysis from the financial world. Over the last couple of years, the viewership of Bloomberg TV has skyrocketed to 200 million viewers worldwide. It's European and Asian headquarters are in London and Hong Kong respectively. The channel has a number of experienced financial analysts and anchors who offer sharp insights on market movements. A few of the popular daily shows telecast on the channel include 'InsideTrack' with Deirdre Bolton and Erik Schatzker, 'Taking Stock' with Pimm Fox, 'In The Loop' with Betty Liu and 'Bloomberg Bottom Line' with Mark Crumpton. Additionally, there are some well-liked weekly shows too such as 'Venture' with Cris Valerio, 'Conversations' with Judy Woodruff, 'Political Capital' with Al Hunt and 'Bloomberg Game Changers'. At the outset, Bloomberg TV was distinguished for using a data-screen TV screen format, which it later phased out in favor of the popular moving stock ticker format.moreless
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    Street Signs

    Street Signs

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    CNBC
    Street Signs is a business news program that airs on CNBC and his hosted by Erin Burnett. It covers the top stories of the day on the trading floor and focuses on the day’s market action, live from CNBC's global headquarters in New Jersey. Wall Street analysts, investors, and executives frequent the set to offer their insider opinions on the movements of the market. Erin provides comprehensive analysis of everything from mergers and acquisitions to rising stocks to watch. Two unique segments include “Stop Trading!” where notorious “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer summarizes the state of the market and offers his take on the day’s trading, and “Faber Report,” David Faber’s take on market action. The show premiered in 1996 with host Ron Insana and was briefly nonexistent from 2002-2003 before being revived by Insana. Maria Bartiromo also previously hosted the program. Street Signs airs on CNBC at 2 p.m.moreless
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