CNBC cancels ‘Nightly Business Report’ and syndicated ‘On the Money’
CNBC is shuttering production “Nightly Business Report” and the syndicated “On the Money.”
- “Nightly Business Report” is the longest running business news program in TV history — though it’s been on various networks since starting out in Miami in 1979.
- CNBC bought the show in 2013.
- At the time, production moved to the network’s Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, facility after spending decades originating out of PBS member station WPBT in Miami.
- “Nightly Business” is currently anchored by Bill Griffeth and Sue Herera.
- “On the Money,” meanwhile, is a weekly half our interview show current hosted by Becky Quick (who also anchors “Squawk Box”).
- The program is syndicated nationally, but will end its run at the end of 2019.
- Originally known as “Wall Street Journal Report,” the show changed names in 2013 after CNBC’s content sharing agreement with WSJ ended.
- Maria Bartiromo hosted the show until she left for Fox Business in 2014.