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Haines: Year Later | Yahoo Redesign | Long Form Tweets - Posted May 24, 2012
TVNewser: Hard to believe 365 days have passed since CNBC mainstay Mark Haines... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Haines: Year Later | Yahoo Redesign | Long Form Tweets - Posted May 24, 2012
TVNewser: Hard to believe 365 days have passed since CNBC mainstay Mark Haines... [FishbowlNY]

CNBC Names Carl Quintanilla, Melissa Lee New 'Squawk on the Street' Anchors - Posted July 10, 2011
CNBC has decided on its new anchors for the 2-hour "Squawk on the Street" morning show. The business channel is tapping several veterans to fill the seat left vacant following the death May 25th of longtime anchor ... [TVNewser]

Cable News Channels, Anchors and Reporters Pay Tribute to CNBC's Mark Haines - Posted May 25, 2011
The news of CNBC anchor Mark Haines' death has been reverberating through the TV news business, and a number of other cable news channels took time out of their programming to pay tribute. ... [TVNewser]

Longtime CNBC Anchor Mark Haines, Formerly of KYW, WABC, and WPRI, Passes Away - Posted May 25, 2011
CNBC anchor Mark Haines died unexpectedly at his home on Tuesday night. The founding anchor of CNBC's "Squawk Box" and longtime co-anchor of the network's "Squawk on the Street" show, Haines worked for Philadelphia's KYW, New York's WABC, and P... [TVSpy]

CNBC Anchor Mark Haines Passes Away - Posted May 25, 2011
CNBC's Mark Haines died last night. His death was announced at 9:53amET during the show that he would normally be anchoring, "Squawk on the Street," by anchor Carl Quintanilla... [TVNewser]

Erin Burnett's Teary CNBC Sign-off - Posted May 6, 2011
It takes a lot for grizzled CNBC veteran Mark Haines to get teary. This morning he did when he said goodby to his "Squawk on the Street" co-host Erin Burnett... [TVNewser]

CNBC: Jersey Shore 'Handlers' Said No Interviews After Cast Rang NYSE Opening Bell - Posted July 27, 2010
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Snooki, The Situation, J-Woww and the rest Ring Opening Bell - Posted July 27, 2010
The cast of "Jersey Shore," "The Situation," Ronnie, Sammi, DJ Pauly D, "Snooki," Vinny, "J-Woww," and Angelina ring The Opening Bell at the NYSE. Quite a scene on the business channels this morning as the cast of MTV's "Jersey Shore" rang the opening bell. CNBC's ... [TVNewser]

The A.M. Ticker: Williams, Sullivan, CNBC... - Posted August 10, 2009
> NBC's Brian Williams will host a documentary tonight looking back on Hurricane Katrina. Williams brings viewers along before, during and after his coverage of one of the most devastating natural disasters to hit the U.S. The doc airs at 8:30pmET on The Weather C... [TVNewser]

Barney Frank Cuts CNBC Interview Short - Posted June 11, 2009
Rep. Barney Frank appeared on CNBC this morning, ahead of today's executive pay hearing. "We'll try to keep it brief so you can do the job you're there to do," said Mark Haines at the beginning of the interview. ... [TVNewser]

CNBC Celebrates 20th Anniversary Today - Posted April 17, 2009
CNBC celebrates its 20th anniversary today, kicking things off by ringing the opening bell at the NYSE this morning. CNBC President Mark Hoffman actually rang the bell, with NBC President Jeff Zucker and anchors Maria Bartiromo, ... [TVNewser]

The Ticker (CNBC Edition): Lee, Huckman, Haines... - Posted December 8, 2008
> CNBC's Melissa Lee is featured in this month's Asiance Magazine. The Harvard grad, who majored in Government, didn't see herself as a business reporter: "I wanted to cover elections and campaigns and things like that. It was really by chance that I got into Business news."... [TVNewser]

CNBC Puts Economy First For Election Night - Posted November 4, 2008
We stopped in to CNBC Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, NJ this afternoon as crews prepare to cover tonight's election returns. We chatted with CNBC anchor Erin Burnett as she prepped for Street Signs. Correspondent ... [TVNewser]

After Another Big Drop, Biz News Notes - Posted October 22, 2008
After another huge drop in the markets today, the business networks will have special programming tonight: • CNBC will air its live, "Wall Street Crisis: Is Your Money Safe?" from 7-9pmET. Larry Kudlow and Michelle Caruso-C... [TVNewser]

Overtime, Again, For the Biz Channels - Posted October 10, 2008
CNBC released their programming changes for tonight and we're told to expect some changes for the weekend too. • 7-11pmET - Wall Street Crisis: Is Your Money Safe? ("On The Money" and "The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch" are preempted)7 - Larry Kudlow... [TVNewser]

Awaiting the Bailout Vote #2 - Posted October 1, 2008
As the countdown to the Senate's bailout vote tonight continues, the business networks are readying for special programming: • CNBC — A special, "Wall Street Crisis: Is Your Money Safe?" will air from 7-10pmET. ... [TVNewser]

CNBC, FBN Live Throughout the Night - Posted September 29, 2008
Breaking: As the markets continue to tank [at this writing the dow is down 719 points] CNBC and Fox Business are blowing out their regular programming and staying live until 11pmET tonight. • Tonight's Programming Changes FNC — 5pm - Alexis Glick co-anchors with Heather Nauert. FBN — ... [TVNewser]

CNBC Live This Weekend - Posted September 26, 2008
CNBC will have limited live programming this weekend. "Wall Street Crisis: Is Your Money Safe?" airs tonight (7-9pmET) and Sunday night (8-9pmET). CNBC will also air the presidential debate tonight at 9pmET and air a live post-debate special from 10:30-11pmET. The anchor schedule for tonight is: 7-8: Larry Kudlow 8-9: Mark Haines... [TVNewser]

This Weekend's Biz News Plans - Posted September 19, 2008
• CNBC — CNBC will air a live two hour special tonight at 7pmET, "Crisis On Wall Street: Is Your Money Safe?" Larry Kudlow and Mark Haines anchor. On Sunday, a live "Crisis on Wall Street" special will air from 8pmET as well, followed by Jim Cramer... [TVNewser]

CNBC's New Mornings: Squawk On The Street Expands To Two Hours - Posted July 19, 2007
It didn't take long for CNBC to fill in the blanks. In the wake of Liz Claman's departure from Englewood Cliffs, CNBC is expanding the Erin Burnett, Mark Haines-hosted show, Squawk On The Street to t... [TVNewser]

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