Larry Kudlow told the conservative paper Human Events that he’s flattered by everyone who wants to draft him to run for Senate. But …
“But, and this is a very important thing, and from the heart, I love my work at CNBC. I just love it. And that’s the reason why I have Read More
CNBC executives have cancelled their prime-time Dennis Kneale experiment.
For the past five months, Mr. Kneale, the former managing editor of Forbes, has been anchoring the cable news network’s 8 p.m. hour.
Not long ago, we caught up with the 52-year-old business reporter to talk about his lively on-air campaign against anonymous Read More
Finding your rhythm as a rookie anchor in cable news, circa 2009, is in large part about learning to tap your inner outrage. On the night of Tuesday, June 30, Dennis Kneale found his. At the time, the 51-year-old business reporter was several weeks into a tryout, anchoring CNBC’s 8 p.m. hour. He stared at Read More
How do you cater documentary programming to a male-skewing demographic?
Look no further than CNBC.
Not long ago, we read a piece in USA Today that pointed out how NBC Universal was targeting its Olympics coverage to various channel’s specific demographic bases. For example, female-skewing Oxygen was carrying equestrian events while male-skewing CNBC was carrying, Read More
“It seems like the voices of our leaders and special interests and the media, they’re surrounding us.” Glenn Beck, one of America’s most popular television populists, was speaking to his audience on the afternoon of Friday, March 13, during an hourlong special. At this point, he was choking back tears. This was the money shot: Read More
Wall Street Journal reporter Kate Kelly didn’t know what to expect the week before last when she opened her advance copy of House of Cards, the new book by William D. Cohan on the downfall of Bear Stearns. Would it be great or awful? A clip job or a robust work Read More
This morning on Squawk on the Street, CNBC’s Scott Wapner reports he ran into The New York Times‘ Arthur Sulzberger Jr. He asked Mr. Sulzberger about the Times Company’s potential sale of the Boston Red Sox and got a predictable response (“No comment”), but when he asked if The Times would ever charge Read More
Ever wonder what Mad Money and TheStreet.com‘s Jim Cramer was like as a kid? Sure you do!
According to Esquire‘s Scott Raab—whom you may recall controversially reported on the zombie scourge in Newark last year—Mr. Cramer was not unlike young Chas Tenenbaum from Wes Anderson’s 2001 movie Read More
In recent months, TV stations and networks have been laying off and buying out correspondents, producers, editors and anchors at a dizzying rate. During the second week in December, CNN let go Henry Mauldin, the cable news network’s talent-development chief—a move that seemed to be a grim omen for that particular caste of TV executives Read More
As we reported recently, CNBC is on the verge of making significant cuts.
And today, Broadcasting & Cable reports that the cable business news network will soon be losing one prominent staffer: Josh Howard, the vice president of the network’s long form unit.
From the article:
Howard’s contract expires next week and Read More