Fox Business Network has landed former CNBC anchor Liz Claman and plans to put her in competition with CNBC's "Money Honey," Maria Bartiromo.
The penetration of DVRs rose to 20.5%, but actual TV viewing dropped by a minute during the 2006-2007 season, compared with the record viewing set last year, according to Nielsen.
CBS Corp. has struck a new long-term employment contract with prexy and CEO Leslie Moonves that will keep him at the helm of the Eye through 2011.
Rupert Murdoch has promoted top deputy Gary Ginsberg to a post in News Corp.'s senior executive suite.
Embattled radio jock Don Imus is close to inking a multimillion-dollar deal to return to radio with Citadel Broadcasting, owner of ABC Radio Networks.
CNN is promoting Lou Dobbs into prime access in a scheduling shift that will also consolidate the three hours of "Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer."
Fox Business Network launched with some expected glitches, but also some truly Foxian points of differentiation from competitor CNBC, including weather updates, sports and a computerized "mall cam."
For the past couple of years, Hollywood has been intensely hyping its digital dealmaking, both to the press and to Wall Street.
The dawn of Fox Business today opens up a new competitive period in the business of televised business news.
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