President Kisiel made several announcements: Dick welcomed the visiting Rotarians and guests to our meeting.
History[ edit ] The idea for a business news program had come from Susan J. Moran developed the program concept and the editorial staff expanded to launch NBR.
Paul Kangas was among the first to join, signing on as its stock market commentator. Kangas always signed off each broadcast using his trademark phrase, "I'm Paul Kangas, wishing all of you the best of good buys! Starting in January 22,NBR launched on public stations around the country.
The first regular commentator on the program was Alan Greenspanthen a private economist, who remained as an NBR commentator until his appointment as Fed chief in A number of public television stations supplemented the program's newsgathering efforts by serving as "bureaus" for the program.
InJim Wicks was named co-anchor, and moved from the flagship station of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Toronto where he was main anchor.
He has since left the television news business and returned to his motion picture career where he got his start. He works in post-production as a film colorist. Gharib anchors from the heart of New York's financial district, while Kangas remained at the program's production center in Miami.
NBR is also seen internationally through Worldnetthe U. NBR operates three reporting bureaus with full-time staff members as well as bureaus in Denver, Silicon Valley, and Phoenix operated in partnership with the public television stations in those markets.
Over the years, NBR has received numerous awards. Paul Kangas 's last broadcast for Nightly Business Report was on December 31,ending a year run. Prior to co-anchoring Nightly Business Report, he was host and managing editor of the nationally syndicated financial television program First Business.
In JulyTom was named Managing Editor and Co-anchor, a newly combined position with both editorial and managerial responsibility. The sale was first proposed in February. Schneider's promises proved short-lived.
Those changes also didn't last long. In a press release,  NBR Worldwide said the moves were " Gary Ferrell also departed the company at this time.
Several additional members of the editorial staff were also fired. The program also announced the complete closing of its Chicago bureau, leaving it with staff reporters only in New York and Washington, D. As a result, anchor Tom Hudson and many other correspondents were laid off, and the show's Miami studios were shut down as well.Suzanne Pratt @suzanneprattNBR I am the Director of NY News Operations and a correspondent for the daily financial news program, Nightly Business Report.
History of the BBC in Birmingham (taken from notes held at the BBC Archives in Caversham) Nov 15 British Broadcasting Company begins transmitting from rooms at the GEC Works at Witton. Managed by Percy Edgar and Pat Casey, it consisted of three room: one contained the transmitter, one was the office and the other was the 12x20ft studio.
Watch video · here's the scoop on what this means for all americans including ice cream lovers. with so much debt sloshing around, experts say we're heading for higher interest rates.
and they'll probably stick around. suzanne pratt, "nightly business report", new york. >> paul: now, let's take a look at some stocks in the news tonight. ACHTUNG!
THE DESERT TIGERS () - Lame Italian WWII war flick which, for about 45 minutes, veers off into the Naziploitation genre that those spaghetti-benders were so fond of during the mid-to-late 70's (hence, it's inclusion here).
The plot concerns a platoon of American and British soldiers, led by Major Lexman (Richard Harrison), who are sent to the Middle East to blow up a Nazi fuel depot. us will probably skirt recession, it's just a question of whether it's a risk worth taking.
erika miller, "nightly business report," new york. suzanne: general motors has a new executive in the driver's seat as it gets closer to going public again. in a surprise announcement, ed whitacre is stepping down as g.m.'s c.e.o.
at the end of the month. suzanne pratt, nightly business report anchor: the u.s. treasury and some of the nation`s largest banks are joining forces to shore up the ailing credit market.