CNN Poised to Grab Star Anchor Erin Burnett Away from CNBC

Business news superstar Erin Burnett appears poised to jump ship from CNBC to CNN, where she’ll reportedly get a chance to broaden her horizons from strictly business to general news. Burnett, 35, is a major presence on CNBC, where she co-anchors “Squawk on the Street” and hosts “Street Signs.” She’s also headlined a number of […]

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TV Anchors Face Dangers in Japan Quake Zone

ABC’s Diane Sawyer became the first network news anchor to travel to Japan over the weekend, as the broadcast networks and cable news channels mobilized to cover the catastrophe in Japan. Anderson Cooper (who you can follow on Twitter here) is also in Japan for CNN, which was to be expected because there’s probably no […]

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Bret Michaels’ Passion For the Ladies Heats Up

When ‘Celebrity Apprentice‘ and ‘Rock of Love‘ star Bret Michaels first joked about ‘Rock of Love: The Boardroom,’ we thought he was kidding. But, now, we’re not so sure. Consider the evidence… Read: Bret Michaels’ ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Blog Crush No. 1: Ivanka Trump: His fascination with boardroom babes began in his exclusive blog for Fancast on […]

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Daytime Not Right Time for Cable News Wars

BY: David Bauder NEW YORK – Opinionated talk is big business on cable news networks when the sun goes down. But during the day, it’s the complete opposite. MSNBC is shuffling its daytime lineup early next year because its strategy of spreading personality-driven programming throughout the schedule isn’t working. The new approach will emphasize a […]

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Networks Will Cover Obama’s Speech Live

NEW YORK (AP) – A number of TV networks are announcing plans for live coverage of President Barack Obama’s speech at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Broadcast networks planning to broadcast the speech on Tuesday include ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and PBS. Cable networks planning to broadcast the address include CNBC, CNN, C-SPAN, […]

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