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    The Wall Street Journal Report

    The Wall Street Journal Report

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    CNBC
    The Wall Street Journal Report is a half-hour syndicated television program that airs every weekend on CNBC. Maria Bartiromo, the show’s engaging and entertaining host, makes financial news even more accessible to the general public with her talent for turning even the driest finance matters into an interesting story. Add that personality to some pretty great, juicy financial news tid-bits and the ingredients for a hit news show are there. The show features a variety of finance-related topics, from Obama’s schoolhouse reform to British Petroleum’s (BP) view for the future, and all of the topics are approached with assistance of related experts. Bartiromo brings in such influential finance giants as David Hale, founder and chairman of David Hale Global Economics; Robert Dudley, BP’s Managing Director; Dennis Von Roekel, President of the National Education Association; and other extremely connected, extremely knowledgeable individuals. The Wall Street Journal Report, with an audience in the millions and the telling rank as America's #1 Financial News Program, has its proof in the numbers, so tune in.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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    Kudlow & Company

    Kudlow & Company

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    CNBC
    Kudlow & Company is a talk show that aired on CNBC from 2005 until 2008. The program was hosted by Lawrence Kudlow, a former Reagan economic advisor, who is a renowned economics commentator and syndicated columnist. Kudlow is also known for his other television ventures: America Now, Kudlow & Cramer, and The Kudlow Report. True to Mr. Kudlow's creedo -- "We believe that free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity!" -- the show has a heavily politico-economic focus and usually features interviews with prominent politicians. Show segments include Kudlow's Money Politics, which is an examination of the relationship between politics and the economy; Money Makers, in which Kudlow talks with financial analysts; and Econ-o-Rama, which consists of interviews with reputable economists. Notable guests have included President George W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Chairman of IAC/Interactive and Expedia Barry Diller, Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel, former Secretary of Energy and Governor of New Mexico Bill Richardson, and New York Senator Charles Schumer.moreless
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    Ultimate Factories

    Ultimate Factories

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    National Geographic
    This docu-series looks at the inner workings of various factories across the United States. It shows the process behind producing the final product.
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    Everyday Edisons

    Everyday Edisons

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    PBS
    Everyday Edisons is a reality television series currently airing on PBS. Created by Louis Foreman and hosted by Michael Cable, the program revolves around aspiring inventors trying to thrust their idea into the global consciousness. Differing from other reality shows of the same ilk, Everyday Edisons does not eliminate the contestants from the show. Every invention featured on Everyday Edisons is at least put through the process of commercialization. They show then follows each inventor as they attempt to get their product idea actualized. each inventor is given equal opportunity to get their invention made in a world in which investors are often hard to come by. Some products created on the show include products called Befudiom, Tsquare, Koku, and Kineta.moreless
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    Mad Money

    Mad Money

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    CNBC
    Wall Street expert Jim Cramer dishes advice on the hottest stocks and investment strategies. The show features fast-paced segments such as “Am I Diversified” and “Pick of the Week” where Cramer doles out his wisdom to viewers who call in.moreless
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    ABC News Specials

    ABC News Specials

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    ABC
    ABC delves deep into news stories in this gripping program. Take a peek behind the scenes of your favorite shows or look at life in the LAPD. Satisfy your curiosity for the inside story with this library of shows.moreless
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    Your Questions Your Money

    Your Questions Your Money

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    FOX Business
    Your Questions Your Money is a round-table style show from Fox Business, hosted by Dagen McDowell and Tracy Byrnes. The show features a table of panelists as well as satellite link-up guests around the world, who take questions on various small business topics, the economy and personal finance via call or email. The show's guests are usually entrepreneurs who have created a number of profit-making companies over their careers. The show also features elements of comedy from the guests, but intends to be as factual and helpful as possible to its viewers. Offering advice on start-ups, business advertising and marketing, panelists will often go through their various businesses and describe how they became successful, their approach to business, and the continual push on the business. Essentially, Your Questions Your Money, covers all the bases in an era of severe economic decline for many people, with the aim of helping new entrepreneurs benefit.moreless
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    Peschardt's Business People

    Peschardt's Business People

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    BBC
    Peschardt's Business People is the BBC World News documentary series where host Michael Peschardt brings you interviews with business people and entrepreneurs. Michael Peschardt grew up in London, going to school at the University of Sussex before he joined the BBC as a network reporter in 1983. After covering cricket in Australia, he decided to try living there, and has been there ever since, working as BBC's Sydney correspondent. Michael hosted the documentary series Peschardt's People for BBC World, where he interviewed extraordinary people from the Asia-Pacific region. Both famous subjects and regular people are interviewed by Peschardt, showing their favorite places, beaches, restaurants, and telling their stories. Now Michael brings viewers Peschardt's Business People, where he interviews an eclectic mix of business people and entrepreneurs, learning the stories of these self-made people. From people like Wing Yip who worked from a kitchen hand all the way to running a huge wholesale food business, to sports marketing pioneer Ron Clarke and perfume tycoon Sanjay Vadera, the people come from all walks of life and various industries. Join in as Michael gets an in-depth look at the stories and lives of these fascinating entrepreneurs on Peschardt's Business People.moreless
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    Beyond the Boardroom with Jonathan Tisch

    Beyond the Boardroom with Jonathan Tisch

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    Plum TV
    Beyond the Boardroom with Jonathan Tisch is an interview program from PlumTV that broadcasts half-hour interviews with the most successful and powerful businesspeople in the United States. Each interview focuses on the human side of business; Tisch asks insightful and penetrating questions designed to reveal the people behind some of the largest and wealthiest companies in the world. Interviews also cover current business events and economic news; however, the focus is not on numbers or statistics, but on the understanding of human nature and desire that is necessary to make a serious impact on the international business scene. Past guests have included Donald Trump, Robert Johnson, Ken Chenault, Ann Moore, Peter Morton, Linda Johnson Rice, and a host of other business leaders. Host Jonathan Tisch is a business luminary in his own right; he is the Chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels, and Co-Chairman of the Board at its parent, Loews Corporation.moreless
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