Wall Street Week Revival
The financial show Wall Street Week relaunched this past Sunday focusing on educating long-term investors with big names and news stories within the financial industry. The 30-minute program will air on Sundays on major market FOX broadcast stations New York WNYW-TV, San Francisco KICU-TV, Chicago WFLD-TV and Washington, D.C., WTTG-TV. It can also be streamed for global viewing on WallStreetWeek.com. Anthony Scaramucci,with the help of Sky Bridge Capital, purchased the show’s licensing rights from PBS last year. Scaramucci and Gary Kaminsky host the show and will be accompanied by a rotating cast of financial professionals. Wall Street Week began as a Maryland Public Television program in 1970. The show was hosted for 35 years by Louis Rukeyser and aired on PBS. For more investment news, follow the Wall Street Week Twitter and track updates through Facebook.
Thanks for all feedback on new @WallStreetWeek. We're striving to maintain spirit of Lou's show while refreshing aspects. Content still king
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) April 20, 2015
Humbled by reception of new #WallStreetWeek. Thanks for tuning in. Thrilled to be working again with greatest mind in Biz-TV, Susan Krakower
— Gary Kaminsky (@GaryKaminsky) April 20, 2015
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