October 2007
Multichannel News;10/22/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 42, p40
The article presents various remarks of people from the news services industry on Fox Business Network (FBN) developments in the U.S. Timothy Karr from "The Huffington Post" said that FBN will be designated for big business. David Hinckley of "The New York Daily News" asserted that the television viewers will have to decide on the value of information they get from FBN. Meanwhile, James Poniewozik of Tuned In Broadcasting Inc. said that the early segment of FBN is too party-themed for mornings.


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