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    Dan Rather Reports

    Dan Rather Reports

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    HDNet
    This show is hosted by Dan Rather and features a multitude of interviews and investigative pieces that convey accuracy in the topics of politics, economics, the environment and international affairs.
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    Chet Huntley Reporting

    Chet Huntley Reporting

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    NBC (ended 1963)
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    The Wilton North Report

    The Wilton North Report

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    FOX (ended 1988)
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    ABC News: Presidential Debates

    ABC News: Presidential Debates

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    ABC
    ABC News coverage of the 2008 presidential election and primary debates.
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    Strange Sex

    Strange Sex

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    TLC
    Strange conditions and fetishes are brought to light with first hand accounts and commentary from doctors and the people experiencing the sexual attractions themselves.
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    FOX Business

    FOX Business

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    FOX Business
    FOX Business Network is a cable channel spinoff of FOX News that began broadcasting on October 15, 2007. Believing that other business cable news channels were "negative towards business," One goal of FOX owner Rupert Murdoch was to create a channel that was more business friendly. Anchors for FOX Business Network include David Asman, Cheryl Casone, Rebecca Diamond, Dagen McDowell and Stuart Varney, all of whom contribute to FBN in addition to their regular duties on FOX News. FBN's shows include Imus in the Morning, Varney and Company, Countdown to the Closing Bell, The Willis Report, Lou Dobbs Tonight, Freedom Watch and Follow the Money. Since its launch, FBN has a consistently lower ratings than CNBC. FBN has been criticized in the past for airing a large number of infomercials during off hours. Since that time, the cable channel has started airing global financial coverage from sister networks in other countries. FBN's main competitors include CNBC, Bloomburg Television, Sky News Business Channel and BBC World News, among others.moreless
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    Money for Breakfast

    Money for Breakfast

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    FOX Business
    Money for Breakfast aired as a morning business television show that was mainly anchored by Alexis Glick and Peter Barnes with other famous contributors from Fox Business like Jenna Lee, Liz MacDonald and Charles Payne about different perspectives to the business field. The perfect timing of the show allowed business owners to gain a better perspective of business, finance and the economy from experienced professionals before heading off to work. This successful group of experienced professionals discuss hot business topics and report on different business strategies that could make or break a new business; secret methods that can be implemented to make significant differences in a business plan, but are unknown to many, are discussed with the education behind how it works thoroughly explained. Finances and other investments are also broken down during their conversations which can be a handful for the morning. Regardless, the show has proven to be an informative and educative platform for those who are interested in business and their professional advice has helped many.moreless
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    Motor City Motors

    Motor City Motors

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    Discovery Channel
    James and Dave Kaye are the founders of Detroit Bros. Custom, where they push the limits to create one of a kind custom vehicles. Discovery follows theses creators as they take on the challenge of automotive engineering.moreless
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    E! Investigates

    E! Investigates

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    E!
    Laura Ling, famous investigative journalist for Current TV's Vanguard Journalism Department, enters a new job where she will take an in-depth look at important topics, trends and stories that affect the world today.moreless
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    1st Look Chicago

    1st Look Chicago

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    LX.TV
    1st Look Chicago is a lifestyle and culture web video series from LX.TV that introduces viewers to some of the best restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues that are drawing huge crowds in the Windy City, featuring interviews with locals and celebrities about the places that are worth checking out if you're in Chicago. Each episode of this informative and entertaining series covers a different Chicago hotspot. A wide variety of subjects are covered, ranging from the Elysian Spa and Health Club to MSA & Circus Arts. Other subjects include Intuit, the center for self-taught artists who push the boundaries of creative expression, to Layer Cake Shop, a company that has risen from humble origins to offer customers a wide variety of unique and fun baking supplies. This series also features the Can't Live Without segments that offer exclusive interviews with celebrities talking about their favorite Chicago haunts. These segments include interviews with Terry O'Quinn of ABC's LOST, Connie de Bie, B.o.B., and writer-director Harold Ramis. 1st Look Chicago is a fun series and a must-see for anyone interested in planning a Chicago holiday soon.moreless
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    Live to Tell

    Live to Tell

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    CBS News
    Live to Tell is a television series that involves survivors of deadly incidents appearing on the show and recounting their stories. The series consisted of three episodes that appeared on CBS's 48 Hours Mystery program. Guests on the show have endured traumatic events that they survived through a combination of resourcefulness, determination, and in some cases, blind luck. Live to Tell is considered as one of the more graphic television shows broadcasted by CBS. The first episode was titled Black Wave and detailed the story of a family who ran aground on a reef while on a family sailing trip. The second episode, River's Edge, told the story of two college students who were left in the woods to die of gunshot wounds. The last episode was titled The Year We Disappeared and follows the story of a family that is forced to move frequently and alter their appearances to avoid being discovered by a murderer.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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    FOX Business Morning

    FOX Business Morning

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    FOX Business
    Start the day with the latest news from Fox Business
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    Opening Bell

    Opening Bell

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    FOX Business
    Opening Bell, Fox Business Networks financial news program is experiencing good returns, and wants you to share in the experience. A program dedicated to the first 30 minutes of market trading in the United States. But also covers most foreign markets as they influence American stocks and companies. The program airs at 9:00 am Eastern Time and gives viewers insight into the stock market. Covering everything from expectations and reactions to opening market fluctuations and external pressures. Contemplating how they affect current stock prices and companies. The stock market can surely be a wild ride, but with Opening Bell's host Alexis Glick to guide you through. Along with the shows many contributors and reporters on the floor and across the globe. Your financial concerns raised and discussed from different perspectives. First airing on 12/17/2007, Opening Bell has been among the first to bring you many stories that have rocked the financial papers and headlines. Don't miss the Opening Bell.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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    Plum Homes

    Plum Homes

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    Plum TV
    Plum Homes is a travel and architecture series, featuring knowledgeable host Lewis Canfield who invites viewers to join him on a tour of some of America's most impressive vacation homes and communities, taking time to speak with some of the architects, creators, and homeowners responsible for these gorgeous homes. In each episode of this illuminating series, a different home and the surrounding territory is explored. America is home to some of the most breathtakingly gorgeous landscapes in the world, and a wide variety of communities have sprung up from these inspiring locations. Acclaimed architect Patrick Ahearn appears in many installments of this series, explaining the reasoning behind some of his work in locations like Martha's Vineyard, Edgartown, and Chappaquiddick Island. Plum Homes is an informative and fun series that's perfect for architecture fans interested in getting a glimpse of some of the most beautiful homes in the country.moreless
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    Happening Now

    Happening Now

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    FOX News Channel
    Happening Now, brought to viewers by FOX News Channel, details all of the important news events that are happening at the moment all over the world by anchors Jenna Lee and Jon Scott. Breaking news updates are outlined by Harris Faulkner. Together, the news team extensively explains and critiques extensive amount of crucial information and different perspectives of the latest news, including conspiracy theories for events like the 9/11 terrorist attack. The news channel also includes a variety of professional advice from different experts around the world who are highly educated in that line of work, including professionals like politicians, scientists and members of the armed forces. These professional and remarkably interesting and interactive anchors keep audiences hooked to the screen with all of their unbiased opinions and unknown facts. Their online site offers an interactive platform for their viewers to read about any new updates available, join the live chat and poll on different occurrences.moreless
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    Eco-Turism

    Eco-Turism

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    A travel magazine, broadcast in Romanian.
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    FOX News Watch

    FOX News Watch

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    FOX News Channel
    Media analysts cover the coverage of the week's biggest stories.
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    The IFC Media Project

    The IFC Media Project

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    TELETOON
    The Independent Film Channel gives viewers an inside look at how news gets made in this intriguing documentary series.
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