The time has come. The very first March Madness games are underway, and with them, comes the 2011 TVNewser bracket challenge.
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.
Team BBC News/Returning champion:
Rome Hartman- EP, “BBC World News America”
Team Fox News/Fox Business Network:
Jon Scott-anchor, Fox News
Shannon Bream-anchor, Fox News
Connell McShane-anchor, Fox Business
Sandra Smith-reporter, Fox Business
Michele Steele-reporter, Bloomberg TV
Cory Johnson-anchor, Bloomberg TV
Dominic Chu-reporter, Bloomberg TV
Team ABC News:
Jon Banner-EP, “ABC World News”
Team CBS News:
Chris Wragge-anchor, “The Early Show”
Jeff Glor-news anchor, “The Early Show”
Marysol Castro-weather anchor “The Early Show”
David Friedman-EP, “The Early Show”
Ed Henry-senior White House correspondent, CNN
Joe Kernen-anchor, “Squawk Box”
Becky Quick-anchor, “Squawk Box”
Chris Sheridan-EP, “Power Lunch”
Ramona Schindelheim-EP, CNBC Business Day
Sandy Cannold-EP, “Street Signs” & Specials & Supervising Producer of “Squawk on the Street”
Matt Quayle-EP, Squawk Box, Squawk on the Street
Regina Gilgan-EP, Mad Money w/Jim Cramer
Gary Kaminsky-Co-host of “The Strategy Session”
John Melloy-EP, Fast Money
Mitch Weitzner-Senior Executive Producer, Long Form
They may be divided by teams right now, but only one will achieve March Madness glory. Stay tuned to see who it is.
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