In addition to reporting on the day’s breaking business, economic and market news, Nightly Business Report is scheduled to feature the following:
Monday, Mar 12
- When will the rise in gas prices start to show up in the economic numbers?
- Word on the Street: Tom Hudson’s weekly chat with TheStreet.com. New CEO Elisabeth DeMarse talks about the business of the digital financial media company.
Tuesday, Mar 13
- Beyond the Scoreboard: Sports Analyst Rick Horrow’s weekly sports marketing update.
- The impact of student loans on colleges.
Wednesday, Mar 14
- Street Critique: Tom Hudson’s weekly interview with stock market experts.
Thursday, Mar 15
- 529 plans, are these accounts the best way to save for higher education?
- The first manufacturing IPO of 2012 is Allison Transmission. The company makes about 95% of all school bus transmissions in the U.S. CEO Lawrence E. Dewey talks about manufacturing.
Friday, Mar 16
- Market Monitor: Western Asset Management’s Chris Orndorff.
Now in its 34th year, Nightly Business Report is seen on more than 250 public television stations. The program is also seen abroad via the International Broadcasting Bureau’s Worldnet Satellite Network and the Armed Forces Television and Satellite Network. The award-winning program is produced by NBR Worldwide. NBR is underwritten nationally by Franklin Templeton Investments. This program is distributed by APT.