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Posts Tagged ‘Christopher Ciccone’

The Ticker: CNBC, FNC, MSNBC…

> CNBC announced the new schedule for Fast Money and Mad Money during the Olympics. From August 11-22, Fast Money will air 1-1:30pmET, and 1-2pmET on Fridays. Mad Money airs 1:30-2:00pmET (Monday-Thursday), and for a full hour at 11pmET.

> Madonna‘s brother, Christopher Ciccone is taking his tell-all book to FNC’s Hannity & Colmes tonight, in a cable exclusive. He was on ABC’s Good Morning America yesterday and today.

> FishbowlDC offers up a special video edition of Separated at Birth. Enjoy the vocal intonations of Barney Fife and MSNBC analyst Craig Crawford, last night on Verdict with Dan Abrams.

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The Ticker (ABC Edition): Child Slaves, Madonna, LHJ…

> ABC’s Dan Harris went to Haiti and found out he could buy a child slave in less than a half a day. “Within ten hours of leaving ABC News headquarters in New York City, hidden cameras captured three separate offers made to Harris for the sale of a ten year old child slave.” The Nightline investigation airs tomorrow night.

> With all the buzz about Madonna and A-Rod, Madonna’s brother Christopher Ciccone, will be appearing on Good Morning America July 14 and 15. He’ll plug his new book, “Life with My Sister Madonna,” which the material girl is reportedly none too happy about.

> GMA’s Diane Sawyer and Robin Roberts are the cover girls of August’s Ladies Home Journal. The photo shoot was done just five days after Roberts had her final radiation treatment for breast cancer.

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