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  • Fox News Makes History, Fox Business Ratings Up 100 Percent

    06/01/2016 3:06:24 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 56 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | June 1, 2016 | Cortney O'Brien
    Fox News blew away its competition for the third month this year, new Nielsen data shows. For the 3rd month this year @FoxNews was the most-watched basic cable net. That hasn't happened since 2003. pic.twitter.com/r6oxJj3ieL— TVNewser (@tvnewser) June 1, 2016 Fox took full advantage of this entertaining election season, producing some fascinating interviews with the candidates – and the numbers speak for themselves. MAY 2016 VS. MAY 2015 NIELSEN NUMBERS (7 day week, L+SD): TOTAL DAY FNC: 1,165,000 total viewers – up 19% (216,000 in 25-54 – up 11%) CNN: 584,000 total viewers – up 33%; (173,000 in 25-54 –...
  • Foxs Dobbs: Romney, Paul Ryan Are Despicable Twosome from Hell Betraying the GOP

    03/04/2016 7:49:48 PM PST · by DeathBeforeDishonor1 · 108 replies
    Mediaite ^ | 3/4/2016
    Fox Business Network anchor Lou Dobbs really lost his cool with Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan tonight, calling them a twosome from hell who are selling out their party. He said on his FBN show tonight that Romneys anti-Donald Trump speech and Ryans public comments are further proof of how theyre trying to defend a stagnant failed status quo. This time, Dobbs declared, theyre up against a winner and Trump is the peoples choice to this point, and the twosome from hell is about to lose another one if they have their way.
  • Cruz, Rubio, and Fox Business For the Win

    11/11/2015 7:24:04 AM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 14 replies
    Red State Diary ^ | 11-11-15 | Erick Erickson
    Fox Business gave the debate all the other networks should have given, including the first Fox News debate. It was not flashy. But it was substantive. It was not just that the candidates had more time or that there were less candidates. The moderators did a good job of drawing out policy differences without intentionally setting up fights. They just happened naturally. Bill Shine, Roger Ailes, and Fox should be really, really proud of Fox Business. Cruz really won tonight. He had just a stellar performance. Every word was memorable. Every line was precisely delivered. His defense of his tax...
  • Winners & Losers

    11/10/2015 11:42:22 PM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 33 replies
    National Review -- the Corner ^ | 11-10-15 | Jonah Goldberg
    Biggest loser on merits: Kasich. He’s done. He came across angry, condescending and unprincipled. By the end of the debate he came across as the drunk, obnoxious, uncle everyone wishes hadn’t accepted the invitation to Thanksgiving dinner. Biggest loser politically: Jeb Bush. On the substance, I thought his performance during the first half was the best he’s done. But by the second half he started to fade and grew more incoherent. On several occasions he gave passable answers if you could cut through the word clouds, but then Rubio came in and gave essentially the same answer better, both on...
  • The Fox Business Debate Should Put The Focus on Growth, Jobs and Energy Independence

    11/10/2015 5:10:01 PM PST · by Kaslin · 8 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | November 10, 2015 | Ken Blackwell
    It's almost a guarantee that when the Fox Business Network's Neil Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo moderate tonight's GOP debate, the goofy "gotcha" questions that were so much a part of the CNBC debate debacle will be ignored for substantive questions that could reveal much about the candidates. It's about time we hear from the candidates about American exceptionalism and how we intend to preserve our history as a nation of innovators and reclaim our leadership as an energy powerhouse. We want substantive answers about their plans for real job growth, addressing government's massive spending and ever growing debt, ideas for...
  • Fox Business Network Won’t Give GOP Candidates Opening Statements at Next Debate

    10/30/2015 5:04:07 PM PDT · by jimbo123 · 47 replies
    Mediaite ^ | 10/30/15 | Josh Feldman
    Fox Business Network is hosting the next Republican presidential debate, and today the network sent out information to the candidates about the format. The New York Times obtained the memo, and right off the bat FBN is doing away with opening statements. -snip- FBN will have an undercard debate as well––moderated by Trish Regan, Sandra Smith, and Wall Street Journal Washington Bureau Chief Gerald Seib––before the big 9 pm primetime debate on November 10th, moderated by Maria Bartiromo, Neil Cavuto, and WSJ Editor-in-Chief Gerard Baker.
  • Your Inheritance May Be a Strange Experience

    03/15/2015 8:15:45 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 25 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 15, 2015 | Bruce Bialosky
    A theme that dramas and soap operas have dwelled on is the spats people can have over what their ancestors may leave for them. Life imitates art has been my experience seeing relatives squabble over the dead carcasses, but some have taken the issue to heart in a new television series on the Fox Business Network (FBN) called Strange Inheritance. The episodes I watched did not involve fisticuffs, but they incorporate many of the same decisions that one has to confront upon the death of a loved one. First, there are the wishes of the dear departed. What did the...
  • Ron Paul Reacts to State of the Union Address

    02/13/2013 11:26:32 AM PST · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 20 replies
    Stossel on FBN via Youtube ^ | 2/12/2013 | Eduardo89rp
    Former presidential candidate Ron Paul reacted to President Obama's SOTU address with John Stossel on Fox Business Network. Paul said in the speech, "certainly we didn't get any answers tonight" to the key issues facing the nation. "Everything on the surface looks like it's welfare-ism and warfare-ism. But I think underneath there's a smoldering desire that is growing by leaps and bounds that saying that a lot of people in this country have had enough of it..."
  • Fox Business News Calls Muppets Communist; Debate Goes Viral

    12/05/2011 5:18:54 PM PST · by DogByte6RER · 32 replies
    The Hollywood Reporter ^ | 12/05/2011 | Paul Bond
    Fox Business News Calls Muppets Communist; Debate Goes Viral A segment on the network was highlighted by Media Matters, reigniting a conversation about whether or not there are political messages in children's movies. If you Googled news about Muppets on Monday you were treated to hundreds of news stories and blog items debating whether Disneys lovable creatures were Communists or not. You can thank Fox Business News and Media Matters for that. Eric Bolling of Follow the Money set the stage on Friday when he hosted a 7-minute segment that argued that The Muppets film featuring bad-guy oilman Tex...
  • Did a CNBC Reporter Not Have His Contract Renewed for Anti-Obama Statements?

    12/10/2010 10:10:04 AM PST · by Nachum · 16 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 12/10/10 | Jeff Poor
    The Daily Caller has learned CNBC reporter Matt Nesto will not have his contract renewed, which is up at the beginning of 2011. Were Nestos politics a factor in the networks decision not to bring him back? Nesto, known for his market research in appearances on the network throughout the broadcast day, is generally a low-key actor.
  • Fox Business Network: Full of Foxes! (Business Babes With Brains)

    10/02/2007 6:51:51 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 37 replies · 2,596+ views
    New York Magazine ^ | 10/ 2/07 | Intel
    Fox Business Network: Full of Foxes! Rupert Murdoch's new finance channel just launched its Website, and it lends a little insight into what the network will be offering up when it launches on October 15. Namely, foxy young broads!* Almost all of the on-air talent that's plugged on the site are skinny, youthful beauties like Shibani Joshi (a former model in India), Cheryl Casone (a former flight attendant), Jenna Lee (she played Division One softball in college), and Nicole Petillades (she loves slalom waterskiing!). And the best part is some of the foxy young broads are dudes! Reporter Colin McShane...
  • News Corp to launch business channel in October

    07/12/2007 2:43:22 PM PDT · by bruinbirdman · 17 replies · 709+ views
    Forbes ^ | 7/12/07
    NEW YORK (Thomson Financial) - Rupert Murdoch's News Corp will launch a new business channel for US cable subscribers on October 15, in a direct challenge to market leader CNBC, operated by General Electric Co's NBC Universal. In a statement, News Corp said the Fox Business Network will be headed by Neil Cavuto, a Fox News senior vice president. The financial channel will be available to some 30 mln subscribers under contract after securing distribution agreements with major cable operators in top markets around the US. The new channel will form another element in Murdoch's media empire, which includes the...