There’s more talk of CNBC’s David Faber getting his own daytime show on the network.
Earlier this month we told you that CNBC was developing a new afternoon show starring Faber (one of “The Sexiest Business Reporters Alive“) that might cut into the slot held by “Power Lunch,” which airs from 12 to 2 p.m.
Yesterday, Page Six offered that CNBC is indeed shaving an hour off “Power Lunch” and will fill the remaining 60 minutes with a new Faber-hosted show called “Strategy Session” and an expanded version of “Fast Money Halftime Report.”
TVNewser notes that it would be Faber’s third time as a CNBC anchor and that he recently signed a new contract with the network after being courted by Bloomberg and ABC News.
A spokeswoman for CNBC declined to comment.
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