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    Job Club

    Job Club

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    ABC News
    Job Club is a television segment produced by and aired on ABC as part of its "Good Morning America" program. The segment focuses on all aspects of the job hunt, from creating an effective resume and cover letter to interview techniques and networking tips. Hosted by Tory Johnson, Job Club provides viewers with a wealth of information intended to help them secure employment that is financially profitable and personally fulfilling. The focus is on balance; Johnson often reminds the audience that happy people are content because their jobs give them personal satisfaction and adequate compensation, but do not totally dominate their entire lives and prevent them from enjoying activities with their family and friends. Certain episodes of Job Club deal with seasonal employment, suitable first jobs for teenagers, starting a home business, nailing an important interview, entering the workplace as an older worker, and how to ask for a raise or an increase in benefits.moreless
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    Inside the Newsroom

    Inside the Newsroom

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    From forest fires to political announcements, we bring you the latest headlines that affect you and the world around you. Straight from the newsroom -- the latest headlines and developments from ABC News.moreless
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    Good Money

    Good Money

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    Good Money on ABC News answers the questions you need to keep you in the money. ABC New's Good Money asks are you struggling with your credit cards? Worried about investments or your retirement? Good Money answers these questions and gives viewers advice on how to save, how to invest, and how to be on your way to personal financial freedom. Good Money understands that saving during this recession can be tough and provides you with help on how to stretch your dollars. Also included on the show are the latest stock quotes and business news, tax tips, 401K advice, how to save during the recession, gas price updates, and Mellody Hobson's personal finance tips. Viewers can submit financial questions and comments to ABC New's Good Money and personal finance experts, including Tory Johnson, Mellody Hobson and Elizabeth Leamy, will review your comments and select questions to answer on the show.moreless
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    ABC News U.S.

    ABC News U.S.

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    National news videos from ABC News.
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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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    The Simple Life: Interns

    The Simple Life: Interns

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    FOX
    Simple Life Interns is a reality series that follows socialites Paris Hilton and Nicole Ritchie as they travel around the East Coast to work at various companies as interns. On this third season of Simple Life, the girls do not have access to a driver or their own vehicle. Instead, Paris and Nicole travel around in a no-frills fashion: on the Greyhound Bus. The pair begin their journey in New Jersey, where they stay with the Brower family and work at an auto repair shop. After crashing several customers’ cars, the girls move on to a new internship as secretaries, where even simple Xeroxing proves to be a disaster. Paris and Nicole intern at many different places, including an airline, a bakery, a mortuary, a nursing home, and even a fire station! They complete their journey at a dental office in Tennessee, where the patients receive more than a simple teeth cleaning! Simple Life: Interns premiered on January 26th, 2005. The third season marked the last months of Paris and Nicole’s friendship before they “broke-up” temporarily.moreless
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    The Leaders

    The Leaders

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    CNBC
    The groundbreaking half-hour weekly show on CNBC, hosted by award-winning presenter Simon Hobbs, features insightful one-on-one interviews with influential leaders from the world of business, politics and beyond. How do they define leadership? What motivates them? How did they arrive at key decisions in their career? Shot on location, "The Leaders" reveals what drives Europe's top business and political talent, and gets to the heart of what makes them tick.moreless
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    Stossel

    Stossel

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    FOX Business
    Stossel is a television program that airs every week on the Fox Business Network. It stars veteran reporter John Stossel and is filmed before a live studio audience. Though it was bounced around the Fox schedule when it originally began airing on December 10, 2009, it has since settled into the 10 pm time slot on Thursday evenings. Stossel runs for an hour each week and features a panel of guests with whom the host discusses a variety of issues. Often playing the devil's advocate, Stossel opens the panel up to questions from the audience at the end of every program. Issues that the program has covered include Global Climate Change, Crony Capitalism, Energy Independence, Junk Science and Tax Insanity. Many notable guests have appeared on Stossel such as Congressman Dennis Kucinich, former federal judge Andrew Napolitano, social critic and radio personality Michael Medved, Fox host Sean Hannity, former Bush administration official Karl Rove and former presidential candidate Ron Paul.moreless
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    Mary Talks Money

    Mary Talks Money

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    Live Well
    EMMY award-winning financial journalist, Mary Caraccioli, hosts Mary Talks Money on the Live Well HD Network.
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    C-Span Video Library

    C-Span Video Library

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    Programs which have recently aired on any of the C-SPAN networks.
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    Mega Movers

    Mega Movers

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    The History Channel
    Mega Movers is a television program on The History Channel. It first aired on April 18, 2006. It details the preparations and inside problems and details of large moves, such as historical buildings being relocated to new sites miles away (city halls, famous mansions, apartment houses etc.), oil derricks and such like difficult moves (Church and steeple, large off-road dump trucks, Oil platforms, Off-track Locomotives, etc.).moreless
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    Tools of the Trade

    Tools of the Trade

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    National Geographic
    Tools of the Trade from National Geographic is a documentary series that explores what tools it takes to get the job done in various exciting professions. Everyone knows what sort of tasks law enforcement officers or firefighters handle every day, but what about the equipment that helps them on some of the world's toughest jobs? This series explores the science behind the tools, demonstrating how they work, why they were developed, and what the future might bring to their arsenals. Follow along with a S.W.A.T. team as they employ everything from tazers and riot shields to tear gas and high-powered rifles. Find out what it takes to be a demolitions expert and if it takes more than a few sticks of dynamite to take down enormous structures. Whether the jobs are big or small, it takes expertise, training, and tools to overcome even the most dangerous tasks. National Geographic brings the science and the power of tools to life in Tools of the Trade.moreless
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    The Strategy Session

    The Strategy Session

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    CNBC
    The goal of the program: to keep viewers in front of the money so they can become more informed investors. In the middle of the trading day, CNBC's Emmy-award winning David Faber and CNBC's Contributing Editor Gary Kaminsky bring together the most influential people in corporate America so viewers can see how the biggest names in business allocate capital and make investment decisions.moreless
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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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    The World Debate

    The World Debate

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    BBC
    The World Debate is the BBC series where business editor Jeff Randall and BBC economics editor Evan Davis sit down to discuss the world economy. The World Debate is the BBC World News series where important questions are put in the spotlight, with representatives from the worlds of politics, media, business, finance, the arts and more coming together to discuss the topics. The panel discussions cover topics from all over the map. Is the water crisis an actual shortage or due to bad management of supply? As the economy is recovering, many jobs are being created, but some employers can't find the right people. How can this skills shortage be solved? As the epidemic of obesity continues to grow, what solutions can be put in place to address it? See experts in the fields offer ideas for solutions and plans of action to address these problems. Join as the panels discuss these issues and more on the BBC series The World Debate.moreless
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    Peschardt's Business People

    Peschardt's Business People

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    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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    Fox Business Brief

    Fox Business Brief

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    Fox Business Brief is the FOX Business series where FBN's Robert Gray breaks down the biggest stories from the business day. Fox Business Network is the cable and satellite news channel that is owned by Fox Entertainment Group and Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. The channel started in 2007, with the slogan The Power to Prosper; Opportunity. Pure and simple. With programming that covers financial and business news, Fox Business is the place to get the news you need to succeed. With shows like Varney & Company bringing in the day and Countdown to the Closing Bell wrapping it up, Fox Business has coverage that is up to the minute, with analysis from shows like The Willis Report and America's Nightly Scoreboard. On Fox Business Brief, viewers get the scoop quickly, as Robert Gray gives the days stories in a short and efficient segment. Gray covers stories about companies like Facebook and Citi, market activity, government actions, and much more. Get the scoop of the day, in a minute or less. Stay up to date with the top stories from Robert Gray on Fox Business Brief.moreless
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    Varney and Co.

    Varney and Co.

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    Varney and Co. is the FOX Business show where host Stuart Varney and guests discuss political and business issues. Fox Business Network is the cable and satellite news channel that is owned by Fox Entertainment Group and Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. The channel started in 2007, with the slogan The Power to Prosper; Opportunity. Pure and simple. With programming that covers financial and business news, Fox Business is the place to get the news you need to succeed. Fox Business has coverage throughout the day, with up to the minute news and numbers to keep you on the track to success. Opening their day is Varney and Co., a discussion show hosted by veteran business journalist Stuart Varney. Varney joined FOX Business Network as an anchor in 2007, and has served as a contributor to many of their shows. Before his time at FBN, he worked as a host at both CNBC and CNN, helping launch CNN's business news team in 1980. Now Varney is enlisting help from Charles Payne, Chris Cotter, Tracy Byrnes, and more, to discuss issues like government spending, health care, bailouts, and much more on FOX Business Network's Varney and Co.moreless
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    The Willis Report

    The Willis Report

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    The Willis Report (6 & 9PM/ET) is a primetime cable news program on the Fox Business Network that covers the leading financial and political stories of the day and their impact on consumers. Gerri Willis joined Fox Business Network (FBN) in March of 2010.

    Prior to joining FBN, Willis served as the personal finance editor for CNN Business News and hosted the weekly half-hour program entitled "Your Bottom Line," which focused on ways to save Americans money and the economy's effects on personal finance. Before CNN, she was senior financial correspondent at SmartMoney magazine.moreless
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    Follow the Money

    Follow the Money

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    FOX Business
    Follow the Money is the Fox Business Network show where host Eric Bolling guides viewers through complex stories of corruption, abuse of power, and more. Fox Business Network is the cable and satellite news channel that is owned by Fox Entertainment Group and Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. The channel started in 2007, with the slogan The Power to Prosper; Opportunity. Pure and simple. With programming that covers financial and business news, Fox Business is the place to get the news you need to succeed. With shows like Varney & Company bringing in the day and Countdown to the Closing Bell wrapping it up, Fox Business has coverage that is up to the minute, with analysis from shows like The Willis Report and America's Nightly Scoreboard. On Follow the Money, Eric Bolling shows us where the money trail leads to, and the corruption along the way. Bolling joined FBN in 2008, and was previously the host of Money Rocks, and a co-host of Fox Business Happy Hour. He got his start as an independent trader based out of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Trading in commodities like crude oil, gold, and more, he also served on the NYMEX Board of Directors for five years. Eric and his guests discuss moral issues in the financial world, discussing charities, food prices, debt ceilings, taxes, and more on Fox Business Network's Follow the Money.moreless
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