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CNBC Media Alert: Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan to Speak Exclusively with Andrew Ross Sorkin and Kara Swisher Live from Washington, D.C. on January 19

WHEN: Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 10am ET

WHERE: Special Edition of CNBC's "Capital Exchange" on and The New York Times "Sway" podcast

In her first on-camera sit-down since assuming the role, Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan will speak with Andrew Ross Sorkin, CNBC Anchor and New York Times columnist and DealBook Founder and Editor-at-Large, and Kara Swisher, host of The New York Times "Sway" podcast and a CNBC Contributor, for an exclusive interview. During the conversation, Khan will discuss the antitrust landscape, the growing power of big tech as well as the FTC's approach to the current wave of mergers and acquisitions, among other topics.

The interview will serve as a special edition of CNBC's "Capital Exchange" and stream live January 19 at 10am ET on Additionally, the conversation with Khan will be featured on The New York Times "Sway" podcast.

Transcript to follow the interview.

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