“Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo” Launches Sunday On Fox NewsBy: Val Powell - March 24, 2014
A new show by veteran news reporter Maria Bartiromo will premiere on March 30 at 7 a.m. Pacific Time. Titled Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, it will takes the time slot of America’s News HQ Weekend, which will be run at different times over the weekend. The new show comes after Fox & Friends Weekend. After Bartiromo’s show, MediaBuzz hosted by Howard Kurtz follows.
The new program aims to provide viewers with an in-depth view at preparing financially for the future, and putting a spotlight on “the intersection of commerce and news events,” according to a statement released by the network.
Bartiromo will also interview newsmakers and industry leaders for an inside look in their respective fields, and bring up topics on investment opportunities and the creation of jobs. The reporter’s analysis will be applied to the economic issues and developments of the week, giving audiences her expert perspective on various areas covering job forecasts, the state of the economy, and financial markets.
Maria Bartiromo has a new show on Fox News
Michael Clemente, the Executive Vice President of News for Fox, said that Bartiromo’s expertise “has helped define her as one of the finest business journalists in the industry,” adding that he is confident that Bartiromo will increase the value to the network’s weekend programming.
Bartiromo is also the anchor of Fox Business Network’s Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo, a program which runs weekdays from 6 to 8 am PT. The business journalist is also the network’s Global Markets editor, as well as the author of several books, including The 10 Laws of Enduring Success and The Weekend That Changed Wall Street.
Prior to joining Fox in February, Bartiromo worked for rival network CNBC for 20 years, where she anchored the program “Closing Bell” and hosted On the Money with Maria Bartiromo. She is the first reporter to conduct a live broadcast from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Before CNBC, Bartiromo spent five years working for CNN.
Maria Bartiromo talks about her career
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