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FBN’s Charlie Gasparino: CNBC’s Gary Kaminsky To Join Morgan Stanley

It isn’t very often that talent on one cable news channel breaks news about talent at another cable news channel. But Fox Business Network’s Charlie Gasparino did just that this morning.

Gasparino, a former correspondent for CNBC, reported that his former colleague, CNBC’s capital markets editor Gary Kaminsky would be leaving the cable news channel to join Morgan Stanley as vice chair of its brokerage unit. He hedged his wording a bit, noting that talks were ongoing and it was “not a done deal,” but the message was clear:


Update: It’s official, Morgan Stanley’s internal announcement, below.
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CNBC Hangs up on ‘The Call;’ ‘Squawk on the Street’ Adds Extra Hour

Some changes are coming to CNBC’s business block starting next Monday.

CNBC’s 11am show “The Call” (formerly known as “Morning Call”) which has been anchored by Melissa Francis and Larry Kudlow will be replaced by an extra hour of “Squawk on the Street,” TVNewser has learned. The new hour will be anchored by Carl Quintanilla from the NYSE, accompanied by Simon Hobbs, Rick Santelli, Gary Kaminsky and others. Kaminsky, along with David Faber, had been been fronting the network’s NoonET half hour “Strategy Session” which has also been canceled.

“Fast Money Halftime Report”goes to an hour at NoonET and will continue to be anchored by Scott Wapner.

Kudlow continues to host is 7pmET show and Francis will now co-anchor “Power Lunch” with Tyler Mathisen and Sue Herrera at 1pmET. As we reported last week, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera is moving off “Power Lunch” and has been named CNBC’s International Correspondent.

Internal memo from SVP and EIC Nik Deogun, after the jump…

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TVNewser Bracket Challenge 2011: It’s On

The time has come. The very first March Madness games are underway, and with them, comes the 2011 TVNewser bracket challenge.

Last year we had executive producers from across the TV news landscape make their picks, with “BBC World News America” EP Rome Hartman emerging victorious.

Hartman is back this year to defend his crown, but we opened the field up to all senior executives, executive producers and talent.

One thing we learned: “The Early Show” crew sticks together, and CNBCers love their college basketball.

Who are our players? Find out after the jump.

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As CNBC Interviews Morgan Stanley Chairman, FBN’s Gasparino Breaks News on the Company

Today’s debut of the new CNBC show “Strategy Session” hosted by David Faber along with Gary Kaminsky included an interview with Morgan Stanley Chairman John Mack.

While Mack was on CNBC starting at noon, over on Fox Business — at 12:02 — former CNBCer Charlie Gasparino was breaking news of potential big layoffs at none other than Morgan Stanley — as many as 1,200 employees cut and 300 branches closed.

“It is worse than anything I can imagine,” Gasparino said of the cuts. “We are talking major cutbacks following the merger of its brokers department with Citigroup.”

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Over on CNBC, when asked about growing concerns about the problems in the EU, Mack said, “This doesn’t feel like the crisis that I went through [in 2008], so I feel a lot better about it.”

> Previously: At a Bloomberg panel in November about coverage of the financial crisis, Mack was asked if the media’s reporting on his company was fair.

CNBC’s Strategy Session Lines Up Debut Guests

Faber060210.jpg The new CNBC mid-day show “Strategy Session” has lined up some big name guests for its premiere week.

The half-hour program will debut at 12:30 p.m. 12 p.m. on Monday, June 7 with former Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack.

Other guests will include: investment banker Jimmy Lee, Lazard vice chairman Donald Drapkin, HDNet foudner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban and BlackRock president Rob Kapito.

“Strategy Session” is hosted by David Faber and Gary Kaminsky (pictured).