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Topic - Kevin Magee
Twice last week CNBC, the nation's most popular business network, stayed on pre-taped programming when important economic news broke in the evening while its two smaller rivals were covering the events live.
Lou Dobbs sits in a Fox Business Network conference room where the walls are filled with aphorisms from the likes of Vince Lombardi and Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
"It shows that we are always looking out for the audience, always trying to find an inroad and, frankly, our competition isn't working as hard as we are," said Kevin Magee, executive vice president at Fox Business Network.
"It's an enormously important story," Magee said. "I couldn't keep people off the air if I wanted to."