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Awaiting the Bailout Vote #2

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. Larry Kudlow and Becky Quick anchor from 7-8pmET, and Mark Haines and Melissa Francis take over from 8-10pmET.

• FBN — A special “Saving Our Economy: The Senate Vote” airs from 7-10pmET. Neil Cavuto anchors, with Dave Ramsey, Peter Barnes and Adam Shapiro contributing. Or, if you want to watch the crisis from Times Square, the network will air live on the Astrovision screens.

• Bloomberg — A special two-hour Money & Politics from 8-10pmET. Peter Cook anchors. Guests include former SEC chairman Harvey Pitt and Bloomberg columnist Kevin Hassett.

CNBC, FBN Live Throughout the Night

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 —
Until 6 – Liz Claman and David Asman.
6pm – Neil Cavuto.
7pm – Asman and Dagen MCDowell.
8pm – Dave Ramsey
9pm – Cavuto anchors “Your Money, Your Questions,” with viewer phone calls and emails.
4am Tuesday – FBN begins one hour earlier

CNBC —
8pm – Maria Bartiromo.
9pm – Mark Haines and Erin Burnett.
1am Tuesday – Squawk Box Europe
4am Tuesday – Worldwide Exchange
5am Tuesday – Squawk Box (beginning one hour earlier)

(all times ET)

“On The Money” Returns August 4

TVNewser has learned “On the Money” will return to the CNBC line-up August 4. The program will air at 8pmET replacing repeats of Suze Orman. The Melissa Francis-anchored On The Money was shelved last September.

This version, anchored by Carmen Wong Ulrich, will be a personal finance hour during which viewers will be able to interact by asking questions via webcams, phone calls and web chats. Beginning with its second week, the show could get a nice boost from NBC’s Olympics programming. From 5-8pmET, CNBC will be airing Olympic Boxing.

The personal finance show will go up against Dave Ramsey on FBN, which is also a personal finance show and also takes viewer calls.

Also beginning August 4, CNBC will re-air the 5pmET show, “Fast Money” at MidnightET.

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