Wall Street Week is “Back”

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Wall Street Week,” (WSW) the long-running show that set the standard for financial TV programming, returns to television on Sunday, April 19, airing in select major U.S. markets, and streaming for global viewing onWallStreetWeek.com.

Hosted by SkyBridge Capital founder Anthony Scaramucci with contributions from former CNBC Capital Markets Editor Gary Kaminsky, the premiere episode will feature a lineup of leading financial-industry figures, including Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive officer and chief investment officer of Doubleline Capital, Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab and Jonathan Beinner, chief investment officer and managing director Goldman Sachs AssetManagement.

“In keeping with the spirit of Louis Rukeyser’s ‘Wall Street Week,’ which drew millions of viewers every weekend for more than 30 years, we have made it our mission to create a new type of business program that will empower investors, making wealth creation readily available to everyone,” Scaramucci said.  “The overriding theme of the show will be not just examining financial topics, but explaining how news and current events impactinvestments.”

Developed by SkyBridge Media, LLC, an affiliate of global investment firm SkyBridge Capital, the new “Wall Street Week” (WSW) is a half-hour show airing every Sunday morning in the followingmarkets:

  • New York, NY:             WNYW (FOX5) at 11:00 a.m. EDT
  • Chicago, IL:                 WFLD (FOX32)at 10:00 a.m. CDT
  • San Francisco, CA:      KICU TV36 (Cable 706) at 11:00 a.m. PDT
  • Washington, DC:          WTTG (FOX5) at 11:00 a.m. EDT
  • WallStreetWeek.com:   Streaming at 11:00 a.m. EDT

The show has been revived and updated for the digital age, extending beyond the weekly half-hour program with web extras, behind-the-scenes footage, extended interviews and original content delivered on www.wallstreetweek.com and across socialmedia.

Wall Street Week’s production team is led by Susan Krakower and Raymond Borelli, both former CNBC executives. The programming is supported by sponsors, including Charles Schwab, Invesco Powershares, Morgan Stanley and Koch Industries.   For further information on how to become a guest or sponsor, announcements on future guests and to tune into the show, please visitwww.wallstreetweek.com or email info@wallstreetweek.com.

About “Wall StreetWeek”

The new “Wall Street Week” revitalizes the landmark financial television program that educated and empowered millions of viewers for over three decades. Now hosted by self-made financier and entrepreneur Anthony Scaramucci, the half-hour show features critical insights from the world’s leading investors, CEOs, policy-makers and other top names in finance and government on the biggest stories impacting the global capital markets and economies.

Filmed at 3 Times Square, “Wall Street Week” airs Sunday mornings on FOX affiliates in New York City, Chicago, San Francisco andWashington, D.C. and streams live on www.wallstreetweek.com. It is produced by former CNBC senior executive Susan Krakower, creator of “Mad Money with Jim Cramer” and “Fast Money,” and presented by SkyBridge Media LLC, the media affiliate of global alternative investment firm SkyBridge Capital.

SOURCE Wall Street Week

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