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Amy Robach Hosts Headlines & Headliners - Posted March 20, 2014
Tonight is the annual NLGJA Headlines & Headliners benefit in New York City. ABC's ... [TVNewser]

It's Official: Kelly Evans Named 'Squawk On The Street' Co-Anchor - Posted May 17, 2013
As TVNewser first heard back in April, CNBC has named Kelly Evans as a new co-anchor on "Squawk on the Street," the business ch... [TVNewser]

Anchor Change at CNBC - Posted April 3, 2013
Melissa Lee (left) is cutting back her anchoring duties at CNBC. Lee is moving off the 9amET show "Squawk on the Street" which he has co-anchored since Erin Burnett... [Fishbowl NY]

Anchor Change at CNBC - Posted April 3, 2013
Melissa Lee (left) is cutting back her anchoring duties at CNBC. Lee is moving off the 9amET show "Squawk on the Street" which he has co-anchored since Erin Burnett... [FishbowlNY]

Anchor Change at CNBC - Posted April 3, 2013
First on TVNewser: Melissa Lee (left) is cutting back her anchoring duties at CNBC. Lee is moving off the 9amET show "Squawk on the Street" which he has co-anchored since ... [TVNewser]

TVNewsers Wear Purple To Show Their 'Spirit' - Posted October 20, 2011
People across the country today participated in "Spirit Day," wearing purple as a sign of support for LGBT youth. The movement, started by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, counted several visible people as champions of the anti-bullying cause: morning anchors, evening anchors and cable anchors on several networks were... [Fishbowl NY]

TVNewsers Wear Purple To Show Their 'Spirit' - Posted October 20, 2011
People across the country today participated in "Spirit Day," wearing purple as a sign of support for LGBT youth. The movement, started by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, counted several visible people as champions of the anti-bullying cause: morning anchors, evening anchors and cable anchors on several networks were... [FishbowlNY]

TVNewsers Wear Purple To Show Their 'Spirit' - Posted October 20, 2011
People across the country today participated in "Spirit Day," wearing purple as a sign of support for LGBT youth. The movement, started by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, counted several visible people as champions of the anti-bullying cause: morning anchors, evening anchors and cable anchors on several networks were... [TVNewser]

Business Networks Work Overtime After Another Wild Week on Wall Street - Posted August 12, 2011
This week saw the business networks in varying states of continuing coverage as the markets unpredictably swung between positive and negative territory. Market coverage will continue into the weekend for all three. Fox Business Network will be live tonight at 8 p.m. with a special report called "Market Chaos" anchored b... [TVNewser]

Business Networks Plan Special Coverage Following 500-Point Dow Drop - Posted August 4, 2011
In the wake of a 500-point market selloff this afternoon, the business networks are planning extended coverage well into the evening tonight. On CNBC, Brian Sullivan, Simon Hobbs and Amanda Drury will anchor "Special Report: Markets in Turmoil" fr... [TVNewser]

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]

CNBC's Primetime Special on Goldman Sachs - Posted April 16, 2010
•CNBC's Erin Burnett is putting in some overtime tonight. She'll anchor a 7pmET special, "Fraud on the Street?: The Case Against Goldman Sachs." CNBC's Simon Hobbs will co-anchor from outside Goldman Sachs headquarters in New York City, covering the charges, the poten... [TVNewser]

CNBC, FBN Debut Specials This Week - Posted September 28, 2009
CNBC and Fox Business Network will each launch a new special series this week. CNBC's "Executive Vision" will be running for five Tuesdays starting tomorrow the 29th. Each week, the series, which focuses on business leadership, will feature CEOs and other leaders from a different industry. First up, health care.... [TVNewser]

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