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ABC’s Golodryga Talks Financial on the Menu

golodryga_5-13.jpgTomorrow on the mediabistro.com Morning Media Menu we’re joined by ABC News financial correspondent Bianna Golodryga.

ABC’s “Money Honey” (not our nickname) will discuss covering the crisis, reporting from Warren Buffett‘s investor meeting, the difference between working for network and cable news and more.

Click here to listen LIVE at 9amET.

Leave your questions in the comments, on Twitter, or call in at (646) 929-0321.

You can hear all the past podcasts at BlogTalkRadio.com/mediabistro.

Liu Says Despite “Less Bad News,” “People are Still Worried”

liu_5-12.jpgToday on the mediabistro.com Morning Media Menu podcast we were joined by Bloomberg TV anchor Betty Liu.

Liu has been with Bloomberg since 2007, after previously working at CNBC and the Financial Times. We talk to Liu about covering the financial crisis, her trip recently to Omaha to cover the Warren Buffett investor meeting and what’s on the horizon at Bloomberg (hint: big changes to Bloomberg.com).

“You’re still hearing a lot of concerns about where do we go in housing,” she says of viewer feedback. “There’s this uncertainty. I don’t want to paint the picture that suddenly in the next quarter we’re all going to be back to pre-crisis levels. People are still very worried.”

Liu was named to TV Week’s “Poised to Leap” list in November. “It was definitely very flattering,” she says. “But you also worry about being on that list because it puts you up to certain expectations.”

Also discussed: how economic coverage differs between countries, what can help the newspaper industry and what it’s like working at the unique Bloomberg building.

You can listen to all the past podcasts at BlogTalkRadio.com/mediabistro and call in at 646-929-0321.

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NBC and CBS Reveal WH Correspondents Dinner Guest Lists

Yesterday we reported the “grumbling” over ABC News’ packed White House Correspondents Association Dinner guest list. We just received NBC and CBS’ list — they’re not too shabby either.

Some big names for NBC: Whoopi Goldberg (of ABC’s The View), Denis Leary (an F/X network star) and Warren Buffett.

Some big names for CBS: Colin Powell, D.C. mayor Adrian Fenty and country star Brad Paisley.

• WebNewser writes about the new Website, WHCInsider.com.

Click continued to see NBC and CBS’ full lists…

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FBN Goes Commercial-Free For Buffett Interview, Live Saturday From Omaha

claman_4-30.jpgFBN’s Liz Claman has conducted her fair share of interviews with the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett.

And just like last year, FBN will air “Weekend with Warren,” featuring Claman reporting from Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholder weekend, beginning this afternoon and continuing tomorrow (10am-2pmET). Claman will interview TD Ameritrade Chairman Joe Moglia, Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman and more.

On Monday at 9:30amET, Claman interviews Buffett, featuring Bill Gates and more, for a commercial-free hour — featuring viewer questions.

Related: Claman on WowOWow.com: “6 Idiot-Proof Money Moves

The Ticker: Robinson, Luntz, Liu…

> Politico’s Anne Schroeder Mullins profiles Hardball star booker, Querry Robinson. “Wherever you go with Querry, you feel like you’re with a celebrity…everyone knows him in this town; it’s hilarious,” said fellow booker Colleen King.

> Is pollster and Fox News contributor Frank Luntz going Hollywood? Yes, writes TheWrap.com’s Sharon Waxman. “Reality sucks. It’s mean. Divisive. Negative. What Hollywood offers is a chance to create a new reality, in two hours time,” he tells her.

> Bloomberg TV anchor Betty Liu interviews Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and more for, “Warren Buffett: The Inner Circle.” The special, which also previews this weekend’s annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting, airs at 5pmET tonight.

The Ticker: CBS, Bloomberg, MSNBC…

> CBS News’ 48 Hours Mystery was the top program in the A25-54 demo last Saturday, and #2 in Total Viewers. Those were the show’s best ratings in both categories since November 4, 2006

> Warren Buffett moves from hosting on CNBC earlier this week to a two-day, two-part interview on Bloomberg TV tomorrow and Friday. The Oracle of Omaha is interviewed by Betty Liu, and it airs between 7am and 9amET.

> Meghan McCain appears on The Rachel Maddow show at 9pmET tonight. Maddow tweeted: “We’re letting it run two segs because it was so interesting.”

Squawk Box With Buffett

buffett_3-4.jpgThe Oracle of Omaha is spending Monday morning with CNBC viewers. Warren Buffett joins Becky Quick to anchor a live “Squawk Box,” broadcast from Omaha at 6amET.

Buffett will answer viewer questions during the three hour show, and talk about Berkshire Hathaway’s performance, the markets and the economy. Questions can be submitted to AskWarren@cnbc.com.

At 8pmET, Quick hosts “The Billionaire Next Door: Restoring Trust,” a special about Buffett’s advice for restoring the economy.

Related: Google CEO Eric Schmidt appears on CNBC Reports tonight at 8pmET.

Your Money, Your Questions, Your Buffett News

buffett_2-27.jpgFox Business Network will cover Warren Buffett‘s annual shareholder letter, which is set for release at 8amET tomorrow, during its live, four-hour program, “Your Money, Your Questions,” from 10am-2pmET.

The call-in show, hosted by Dagen McDowell, is slated to hear from someone on speed dial — FBN anchor and Buffett buff, Liz Claman.

You can follow Buffett news on CNBC.com at the “Warren Buffett Watch” blog.

FBN Adds More Markets, Expands Reach

fbn_12-9.jpgFox Business Network has signed a new distribution deal with Cox Cable in several new markets, which raises FBN’s reach to close to 45 million homes, reports TV Week’s Michele Greppi.

The new markets include San Diego, Phoenix, Las Vegas, New Orleans and Omaha, Nebraska (home to The Oracle of Omaha — investor Warren Buffett).

The deal, expected to be announced later this afternoon, takes effect January 1.

The Afternoon Ticker: Wolf, MacVicar, Buffett…

> Bill Gates is in the Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer today (Part II tomorrow) with this cheery thought: “We’re certainly going to have a fairly serious recession.”

> That other multi-billionaire, Warren Buffett has invited Fox Business Network into his annual business school summit in Omaha. Liz Claman gets the exclusive Thursday night at 7pmET on Fox Business Network.

> CBSNews.com launched a new blog this week called “World Watch.” Today’s story, from Sheila MacVicar, is the latest on the investigation into last week’s siege on Mumbai.

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