THE CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR Saturdays and Sundays on CNBC (6-8 p.m. ET) In January 2001, CNBC became the official television network of the Senior PGA Tour. Second and third round coverage features a rotating cast of the most experienced and exciting personalities in golf and sports broadcasting.
KUDLOW & CRAMER WEEKEND Saturdays and Sundays on CNBC (9-10 p.m.; 12-1 a.m. ET) Kudlow & Cramer Weekend presents highlights from the previous weeks “Kudlow & Cramer,” which covers the highlights of the weeks top news stories with in-depth insight and interviews plus a unique perspective on the business and economic impact of those stories.
LOUIS RUKEYSER’S WALL STREET Fridays on CNBC (8:30-9 p.m. ET; re-airs 11:30-12 p.m. ET) Financial news pioneer Louis Rukeyser is bringing his legendary business news program to CNBC. “Louis Rukeysers Wall Street” will maintain the same approach as Rukeysers renowned public television program, focusing on the top business and economic news of the week. In … Read more
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HARDBALL WITH CHRIS MATTHEWS Weekdays on MSNBC (9-10 p.m. ET) Each weekday night, from the MSNBC studios in Washington D.C, Chris Matthews explores key political issues, featuring interviews and debates with prominent politicians, newsmakers, and leaders from Washington.
CLOSING BELL WITH MARIA BARTIROMO Mondays-Fridays on CNBC (3-4 p.m. ET) Maria Bartiromo guides viewers through the last 60 minutes of the trading day.
CLOSING BELL WITH MARIA BARTIROMO AND TYLER MATHISEN Mondays-Fridays on CNBC (4-5 p.m. ET) Tyler Mathisen joins Maria Bartiromo for a complete wrap-up of the market day and insight into the next days market.
BUSINESS CENTER Mondays-Fridays on CNBC (5-6:30 p.m. ET) CNBCs signature evening business newscast live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Business Center co-anchors Sue Herera and Ron Insana report on breaking news, review the days top business and financial market headlineswith reports from CNBC and Wall Street Journal correspondents worldwideand lead round-table … Read more
CAPITAL REPORT Tuesdays-Thurdays on CNBC (7-8 p.m. ET; Repeats 2-3 a.m. ET) Co-hosted by Murray and Mathisen, the program features interviews with top political leaders from Congress and the administration and focuses on the impact that actions in Washington are having on business and the economy.
SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS CHAIRMAN SEN. RICHARD LUGAR TELLS MSNBCS ‘HARDBALL’ THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION SHOULD HAVE UPHELD CLINTON POLICY TOWARD NORTH KOREA Published: January 6, 2003 preview / download SECAUCUS, N.J. — January 6, 2003 — In an interview airing tonight on Hardball with Chris Matthews, Sen. Richard Lugar (R-IN), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations … Read more