Starting Wednesday, business, government, and cultural leaders from 90 countries will descend on Davos, Switzerland for the 40th World Economic Forum, and so will the business networks. Here are the coverage plans so far for the event. We’ll update if additional information becomes available.
|Bloomberg will have anchors Margaret Brennan, Erik Schatzker, Andrea Catherwood and Francine Lacqua in Davos with interviews, commentary, and analysis. Coverage will air Wed-Fri 6am-5pmGMT.|
|CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo, Becky Quick, Geoff Cutmore, and Ross Westgate will all be in Switzerland for the event. The network will host/broadcast two official debates. Bartiromo will moderate “Back to the Future: The Next Global Crisis” on Wednesday and Westgate hosts “Gender Agenda: Putting Parity into Practice” on Saturday.|
|Liz Claman will report live from Davos during the forum for Fox Business Network and will also moderate the “Renewable Energy as an Engine for Economic Growth” panel. (She recently did a Q&A as she prepared.) Coverage begins 5amET Wednesday and continues through Friday.|
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