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Posts Tagged ‘Neil Cavuto’

The Fox Ticker: Witch Hunt, Name Game, Gadget Guy

  • Bill O’Reilly says Kareem Abdul-Jabbar‘s recent call in TIME magazine to “expose every instance we find,” of racism, sexism and homophobia is dangerous. “If his vision were to come true,” O’Reilly said on his show last night, “we would be a nation of witch hunters.”

  • Neil Cavuto is a fan of the phablet, thanks to his “sausage-like fingers.” In USA Today, Cavuto talks about his favorite tech gadgets and the devices he uses to consume both financial and political news.

The Scoreboard: Monday, May 5

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 242 | MSNBC: 83 | CNN: 96 | HLN: 89
  • Primetime: FNC: 291 | MSNBC: 107 | CNN: 105 | HLN: 124

4p: 5p: 6/6:30p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Cavuto:

171

TheFive:

270

Baier:

270

Greta:

269

O’Reilly:

334

Megyn:

289

Hannity:

249

O’Reilly:

247

Megyn:

197

MSNBC
Wagner:

57

EdShow:

83

Sharpton:

96

Matthews:

111

Hayes:

95

Maddow:

111

O’Donnell:

114

Hayes:

92

Maddow:

61

CNN
Tapper:

124

Blitzer:

136

Blitzer/Cross

135/83

Burnett:

126

Cooper:

103

Tonight:

96

Spc.Rpt:

115

Cooper:

96

Tonight:

69

HLN
News:

16

Detective:

19

Detective:

18

Jane:

50

Grace:

112

DrDrew:

118

Files:

142

Files:

156

Files:

166

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Did Pizza Hut Steal Neil Cavuto’s Idea?

neil cavuto_304x200In a Twitpic video this afternoon, Fox News’ Neil Cavuto‘s show tease claims Pizza Hut has made a fortune off his great culinary mind.

“Did I tell you that years ago, I came up with the idea for an all-you-can-eat meat pizza, with a cheese-filled crust,” Cavuto said, claiming that Pizza Hut has made a financial killing off his idea, in the form of the fast-food chain’s stuffed-crust pizza.

Cavuto then had words of advice for three former Taco bell interns, who claim they came up with the idea for the popular Doritos Locos Taco 19 years ago (Taco bell launched the item in 2012.)

“I’m telling you kids…you’re getting squat, because you didn’t think, just like I didn’t think,” Cavuto concluded.

Cavuto’s culinary complaint after the jump (click on photo for video).

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Neil Cavuto: MS Diagnosis ‘Made Me Do Things I Never Would Have Done’

CavutoFox News and Fox Business anchor Neil Cavuto is the subject of USA Weekend’s Cause Celeb feature talking about his work to raise awareness for Multiple sclerosis. Cavuto reflects on how his life changed after his diagnosis:

His wife says it was “divine inspiration” that led to Cavuto’s on-air disclosure of his own MS while interviewing a pharmaceutical executive.

“I don’t think I would have adopted my boys (Jeremy, 12, Bradley, 11; he also has a daughter Tara, 28) had I not had the illness. It humanized me, taught me not to be a jerk. It made me do things I never would have done,” says the initially reluctant advocate. “It forced me to focus on things that were important.”

The Scoreboard: Wednesday, March 12

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 284 | MSNBC: 138 | CNN: 229 | HLN: 97
  • Primetime: FNC: 360 | MSNBC: 213 | CNN: 309 | HLN: 93

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Cavuto:

300

TheFive:

396

Baier:

352

Greta:

344

O’Reilly:

386

Megyn:

326

Hannity:

368

O’Reilly:

282

Megyn:

226

MSNBC
Wagner:

141

EdShow:

166

Sharpton:

186

Matthews:

218

Hayes:

158

Maddow:

282

O’Donnell:

198

Hayes:

48

Maddow:

51

CNN
Tapper:

305

Blitzer:

310

Blitzer:

286

Burnett:

289

Cooper:

431

Morgan:

297

DeathRow:

200

Burnett:

223

Morgan:

204

HLN
News:

76

Files:

71

Files:

50

Jane:

68

Grace:

114

DrDrew:

108

Minute:

57

Files:

138

Files:

216

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Neil Cavuto Reflects on His 30 Years in TV

CavutoFox News and Fox Business anchor Neil Cavuto talks to the Hartford Courant about his first job, how his MS can affect his interviews and how the business has changed in his 30 years on television:

A lot has changed. When I started just doing work on financial shows like CNBC’s Nightly Business Report, it was the only place you could see stock prices other than newspapers. Now there are hundreds of sites. Now we are not only giving data but context as well. I fear though, in some cases, it is going from serious to adding some entertainment components and in our profession that is the conundrum. We can’t think of it as just a way to inform people anymore and we have to deliver the news in a new way without dumbing it down.

Liz Wahl Would Definitely Join CNN and ‘Maybe’ Join MSNBC

CavutoWahlLiz Wahl hasn’t gotten any job offers as of yet. The former RT anchor, who quit on air Wednesday afternoon, told Neil Cavuto she’s not sure what she’ll do next.

Cavuto: “Would you go to MSNBC?”
Wahl: “Maybe.”
Cavuto: “Would you go to CNN?”
Wahl: “Yes.”
Cavuto: “Would you go to Fox?”
Wahl: “Oh my gosh, well, we’ll see what offers stand.”

“I didn’t realize how much of [Russian president Vladimir Putin's] views would actually be pushed in the newscast,” the former Fox News intern said about her 2 and a half years at the network. She says RT has “a fringe following.”

“People actually believe what is being said on air here,” said Wahl, who will be back in front of the camera this Sunday on CNN’s “Reliable Sources.”

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Neil Cavuto on Feeling Moved to Tell Viewers: ‘It’s Not Me, It’s The Multiple Sclerosis’

Neil Cavuto, Fox News managing director of business news, poses at the Fox News Studios in New YorkSenior Vice President and Anchor for Fox News and Fox Business Neil Cavuto has spoken openly before about his Multiple Sclerosis, telling TVNewser seven years ago living with MS was worse than his battle with cancer. Now, during Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week, Cavuto wrote a guest blog for RealWorldHealth.org on battling through MS’s effects while on-air.

“Perhaps the most maddening thing about having MS when you’re a TV anchor is that some days it hits you when you’re on TV and you’re “trying to anchor.” You’re trying to be on top of your game, but your body is playing games with you. That’s when “anchor” takes on a whole new meaning…not what I am on television, but the dead weight I’ve become in reality.”

Cavuto continues about how his illness impacts his relationship with his viewers:

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The Afternoon Ticker: Wahl, Ross, Ruhle

  • Liz Wahl, the RT anchor who quit at the end of show yesterday will be on Fox News Channel’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” today. Will Fox News offer Wahl, who once was an intern at the channel, a job? Find out at 4pmET.

  • ABC’s Brian Ross and his investigative team have been awarded the 2014 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting for its year-long investigation into the coal industry. The award was presented at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government last night.

  • Bloomberg TV will devote two hours of programming tomorrow to International Women’s Day. Anchor Stephanie Ruhle will showcase some of the most extraordinary women leaders in business, technology, sports, media and more Friday morning on “Market Makers.”

Fox News Producer on Her Battle With Rare Type of Breast Cancer

Annie GoodmanFox News Associate Producer Annie Goodman spoke with Neil Cavuto yesterday about her ongoing fight against Triple Negative Breast Cancer.

The 10-year Fox News veteran, who’s produced for “Forbes on Fox” and “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” has been battling the rare form of breast cancer for two years, with it also spreading to her ovaries, lungs, and brain.

“I’m doing OK…feeling good this week,” Goodman said during her week off from chemotherapy. On Monday, she wrote a piece on her fight with cancer for Foxnews.com, and yesterday morning she helped ring the New York Stock Exchange opening bell along with the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation.

“It’s not easy to say out loud that I have stage four breast cancer, and I’m only 32 years old,” Goodman told Cavuto. Even though her cancer was caught early, she went through 16 rounds of chemotherapy, 25 rounds of radiation, a double mastectomy, and a hysterectomy.

After the triple negative breast cancer spread to her ovaries, Goodman started feeling off and confused, with loss of vision. She later learned she had six brain tumors. Today, doctors tell Annie her condition is treatable, with her latest surgery removing three brain tumors, followed by brain radiation and an upcoming round of chemotherapy.

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