CNBC announced this morning that on Tuesday Jan 2 it will have seven hours of live programming as it looks ahead to business in 2007…
With many financial markets in the United States closed Tuesday, January 2nd, including the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq, CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, will air “7 For ‘07,” an unprecedented seven hours of live special programming taking a look ahead at business in 2007.
Beginning at 9 AM ET, each hour of “7 For ‘07″ will focus on what the New Year will hold for investors across every imaginable sector and industry.
Following the regular three-hour live edition of “Squawk Box” (6-9 AM), each CNBC program–”Squawk on the Street” (9-10 AM), “Morning Call” (10 AM-Noon), “Power Lunch” (Noon-2 PM), “Street Signs” (2-3 PM) and a special one-hour edition of “Closing Bell” (3-4 PM)–will originate from CNBC Global Headquarters. This will be followed by a special two-hour live edition of “Kudlow & Company” (4-6 PM) with Larry Kudlow.
“Mad Money w/Jim Cramer” (6-7 PM) and “On the Money” (7-8 PM) will air as scheduled. “On the Money” will feature a live recap of the day in business news, the funeral of President Gerald R. Ford, and a look ahead to 2007. (The financial markets in the U.S. are closed in observance of the National Day of Mourning for President Ford.) John Harwood, CNBC Chief Washington Correspondent, and Hampton Pearson will cover President Ford’s funeral.
Tuesday’s coverage will feature CNBC correspondents reporting on critical sectors, including Diana Olick on real estate, Phil LeBeau on the automotive industry, Sharon Epperson on CNBC’s exclusive energy survey, Darren Rovell on the business of sports and Julia Boorstin on the media industries.
CNBC viewers will also be kept up-to-date on overseas markets with reports from CNBC Asia and CNBC Europe.
Viewers can email questions about financial and specific industry forecasts to be answered on the air to the new CNBC.com at 7407@CNBC.com.