CNBC’s Faber talks about his new show
Joe Pompeo of The Business Insider interviewed CNBC‘s David Faber about his new show “Strategy Session” that will begin next month.
Pompeo writes, “Faber said it was because ‘there was a desire on the part of management to recalibrate that time period.’ Simultaneously, he said, he had been interested in changing up his primary role as a reporter to do something more analysis-oriented.
“That led to a conversation with ‘Strategy Session’ creator Susan Krakower, CNBC’s senior vice president of strategic programing. They’ve been developing the show for about four months now, Faber said.
“But we also hear CNBC created ‘Strategy Session’ to seize on an opportunity to spotlight Faber’s co-host, contributing editor Gary Kaminsky, during its early afternoon roster. Kaminsky is the big shot former $13 billion managing director of Neuberger Berman, a valuable asset for a show focused on capital markets and investment decisions.”
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