FOX Business Network to Debut New 4pm Program Hosted by Larry Kudlow Starting February…

first_imgLocal NewsBusiness Previous articleBucs’ Javadifar, Locust 1st female coaches to win Super BowlNext articleVoya Financial Earns ‘100%’ on the Human Rights Campaign’s 2021 Corporate Equality Index — for 16th Consecutive Year Digital AIM Web Support By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 Facebook FOX Business Network to Debut New 4pm Program Hosted by Larry Kudlow Starting February 16 NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– FOX Business Network (FBN) will debut a new weekday business program hosted by FOX News Media contributor and former National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow on Tuesday, February 16 th, announced Lauren Petterson, president of the network. The program will air weekdays live at 4 PM/ET with an encore at 7 PM/ET and feature closing market analysis as well as interviews with major industry leaders influencing Wall Street, Washington and business in America. Fox Business Tonight will continue in the 5 PM/ET hour with rotating co-hosts for the foreseeable future. In making the announcement, Ms. Petterson said, “We are immensely proud to add Larry to our incomparable FBN lineup. His expertise will greatly inform our audience and we look forward to his return to business television.” Mr. Kudlow added, “I am thrilled to be part of this new venture at FBN and for the opportunity to really drill down on the most pressing economic issues impacting everyday Americans.” Mr. Kudlow will examine the latest headlines and business trends, with an emphasis on the financial impact facing households and businesses across the country. The program will also feature interviews with industry titans and policymakers, along with roundtable discussions on the policies affecting both the domestic and global economies. Most recently, Mr. Kudlow served as the Assistant for Economic Policy and Director of National Economic Council under President Trump, where he coordinated the administration’s domestic and economic policy agenda. In this capacity, he helped create and implement a number of President Trump’s economic, tax and trade initiatives. Prior to his role in the administration, Mr. Kudlow was a senior contributor for CNBC where he hosted a number of programs, including his signature post-market analysis show The Kudlow Report. A staple of CNBC since its founding in 1989, he also provided economic analysis across the network’s leading business programs, including regular appearances on Squawk Box. Additionally, he served as chief economist and senior managing director of then-global investment bank, securities trading and brokerage firm Bear Stearns. He got his start in finance as a junior financial analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and later joined then Wall Street firm Paine Webber. From 1981 to 1985, Mr. Kudlow was an associate director for economics and planning at the Office of Management and Budget during President Ronald Reagan’s first term in office. In this capacity, he contributed to the administration’s economic and budget policy. Throughout his career, Mr. Kudlow has been a nationally syndicated columnist and served as senior editor of National Review magazine. He is also the author of two books, JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity and American Abundance: The New Economic and Moral Prosperity. FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street. Headquartered in New York — the business capital of the world — FBN launched in October 2007 and currently ranks among the top business channels on television. The network is available in nearly 80 million homes in all markets across the United States. Owned by FOX Corporation, FBN is a unit of FOX News Media and has bureaus in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C. View source version on CONTACT: FOX Business Network Media Contacts: Caley Cronin: 212-301-3972 Emily Burnham: 212.301.3294 KEYWORD: NEW YORK UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: MOBILE ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNICATIONS ENTERTAINMENT TV AND RADIO OTHER COMMUNICATIONS SOURCE: FOX Business Network Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/08/2021 03:54 PM/DISC: 02/08/2021 03:54 PM Pinterest Twittercenter_img TAGS  Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApplast_img read more

VIDEO: 3D animation sheds light on Battle of Jutland

first_img View post tag: Battle of Jutland View post tag: HMS Echo View post tag: Royal Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today VIDEO: 3D animation sheds light on Battle of Jutland Authorities May 29, 2016center_img The Royal Navy has made a 3D animation of the remains of one of the ‘forgotten ships’, as the Royal Navy called it, sunk during the Battle of Jutland May 31, 1916.This is the armoured cruiser HMS Defence, blown up a little after 6pm on May 31 with the loss of every soul aboard – between 893 and 903 men.Her wreck was surveyed by HMS Echo this time last year – one of 21 sites visited by the Devonport-based ship in preparation for this month’s centenary commemorations (among other achievements she located the wreck of the only German capital ship sunk in the battle, SMS Lützow).The masses of data gathered by her Kongsberg EM710 and Sidescan Sonar 2094 produced some haunting 3D colour imagery of the wrecks – the first time the ships of Jutland had been scanned in such detail.In the 12 months since, Echo’s computer systems have continued to crunch the data – resulting here in the 3D model of the wreck of Defence.The cruiser’s demise was one of the most terrible moments in the battle – every man who witnessed her spirited charge against the German lines, followed by her cataclysmic destruction commented on it.Capt Raymond Poland, a turret commander on battleship HMS Warspite, was impressed by the “very gallant show” Defence made. His delight instantly turned to horror as she was hit by three German salvoes in quick succession and the cruiser seemingly disintegrated, her crushed bow sticking out of the North Sea at a 60-degree angle before sinking.“I nearly vomited,” Poland wrote to his brother. “God it was an awful sight.”Echo found Defence just 500 yards from the spot she was listed as sinking some 100 miles west of the coast of Jutland.The wreck lies in 51 metres (167ft) of water, rising ten metres off the seabed. Despite eyewitness accounts describing the cruiser’s total destruction, Defence is rather more intact.“The wreck appears to be separated into three distinct pieces, sitting upright on her hull, with part of the bow and stern separated from the main superstructure,” said Lt Matt Cullen. View post tag: HMS Defence VIDEO: 3D animation sheds light on Battle of Jutland Share this articlelast_img read more