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Merrill Lynch Internet Analyst Henry Blodget to Appear on "" Show on FOX News Channel

New York, July 30, 1999 -

and FOX News Channel announced today that Merrill Lynch senior Internet analyst Henry Blodget will be a special guest for this week's broadcast of "," a weekly television investing show. The show will air on Saturday, July 31st at 10 a.m. ET and on Sunday, August 1st at 1 p.m. ET on the FOX News Channel. Blodget and writers from

are scheduled to debate the merits of a selection of Internet stocks on the show's lively "Stock Drill" segment.

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Blodget covers Internet stocks, including, AOL,, and Yahoo! Blodget is known for the bullish and prescient $400 price target he issued for in December. Blodget joined Merrill Lynch in February, where he continues to establish a record as one of the Internet sector's top analysts.

The broadcast will also feature James Cramer, hedge fund manager and daily contributor to

, as cameras track his moves at his trading perch. "" show is co-produced by and FOX News Channel., Inc. (

TSCM:Nasdaq) is publisher of

, a leading Web-based provider of original, timely, comprehensive, and trustworthy financial news and commentary.

( was founded in 1996 and is based in New York City, with bureaus in San Francisco and London.'s

editorial team, with over 65 experienced financial journalists and two dozen outside contributors, publishes approximately 40 original news stories and commentaries every business day, including columns by James J. Cramer, Herb Greenberg and Adam Lashinsky., Inc. has established strategic alliances with Yahoo!, America Online, The New York Times Co., Fox News Network L.L.C., Intuit, 3Com, E*TRADE, DLJ


, and other leading companies.

FOX News Channel is a general news service covering breaking news as well as sports, entertainment and business news. FNC is available in more than 40 million homes and is owned by News Corp.

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