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The Financial Week That Was

velshi_9-22.jpgAs the markets continue to dip and the economy remains the topic du jour following the turmoil last week, TVNewsers reflected on the story.

CNN senior business correspondent Ali Velshi is interviewed in the New York Times, and describes the need for selective wording. “We’re very careful not to throw words around like ‘meltdown’ and ‘free fall,’” he said.

This weekend on CNN’s Reliable Sources, Velshi said the meltdown stories came “too late.” “It didn’t have that urgency,” he said. “One of the things about the Dow in particular or stock market is it gives you urgency. You can see that number in the corner of your screen urgently. Gas prices, you can see urgently. You can see them change every day.”

Broadcasting & Cable’s Robert Marich talked to CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo and FBN’s Alexis Glick in the wake of the coverage last week.

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CNN’s New APJs

Lane_8.14.jpgB&C’s Robert Marich talked with CNN exec Nancy Lane about the network’s domestic newsgathering expansion and the new APJs (all-platform journalists). The 10 new bureaus across the country will not only deliver content to CNN, CNN.com and Headline News but to TV stations across the country. “Our affiliates have asked us for more local items because they’ve gone hyperlocal themselves,” Lane says.

As TVNewser first reported yesterday, the expansion will include a redefinement and possible move for nine CNN staffers. At the same time, CNN will be adding supervisory staff in Los Angeles and Atlanta to monitor the APJs. Says Lane, “there is a significant cost to get this up and running.”