"Wall Street With (without) Louis Rukeyser"
Mon Mar 22 15:00:25 EST 2004
>DATE: Mon, 22 Mar 2004 14:34:23
>From: Sven Franklyn Weil <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: Laurence Glavin <email@example.com>
>There's not really many cosmetic and format variations you can do with a
>financial talk show. Sure you can change furniture and fixtures but it's
>still basically a room with chairs and a guy talking and interviewing.
"Wall Street Week with Fortune" on PBS uses more video
and remote interviews than the former WSW ever did.
Last weekend, WSWwF included a scene from a so-called
'reality' show in which two adolescent girls discuss
supply and demand (without realizing it) and a clip of
a General Electric Co. TV commercial. Very often, when
WSWwF interviews someone via satellite, the show's name
should be changed to "Wall Street with Godzilla" because
it seems there's always an observable delay between when the
guest speaks and when the audience hears him or her.
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