CNBC in nervous shuffle before FBN bow

Learmonth, Michael
September 2007
Daily Variety;9/28/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 63, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that CNBC has shuffled its programming lineup before the business start up of Fox Business Network (FBN) in New York. The network has cancelled its low-rated show entitled "On the Money," and has increased its exposure of anchor Dylan Ratigan. The "Fast Money" which was hosted by Ratigan is transferred to 5 in the afternoon, and the "Kudlow & Company." is moved to 7 in the evening. It states that the initiative is in line with the network's fear of FBN startup.


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