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First MSNBC, now CNBC in ratings panic

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Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets,Fox News,MSNBC,CBS,Media,Television
The post-2012 elections ratings hit suffered by MSNBC now seems to be spreading to sister CNBC's stars, reportedly prompting a mad dash for new personalities to revive the business cable network. Reports like one in the New York Post suggests that Larry Kudlow, the 7 p.m. anchor who is popular and respected in Washington circles, could be replaced soon by former CBS anchor Harry Smith. Other...