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CNBC RECEIVES SIX EMMY NOMINATIONS FOR BUSINESS & FINANCIAL REPORTING, PLUS ONE FOR PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGN

CNBC RECEIVES SIX EMMY NOMINATIONS FOR BUSINESS & FINANCIAL REPORTING, PLUS ONE FOR PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGN

Outstanding Documentary on a Business Topic: "Swoosh! Inside Nike" and "Ultimate Fighting: From Blood Sport to Big Time"

Outstanding Coverage of a Current Business News Story –

News Magazines and Long Form: "$25 at a Time," "Field of Dreams," and "Golden Leaf" on "

Business Nation

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Outstanding Investigative reporting of a Business News Story –

Magazines and Long Form: "Cash Crop" on "Business Nation"

Outstanding Promotional Announcement –

Institutional: iam.cnbc.com

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., November 3, 2007 –

CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, today received seven total nominations for the 6th annual Emmy Awards for Business & Financial Reporting, and Promotional Announcements. The awards will be presented on Tuesday, December 2 during a luncheon at the Rainbow Room in New York City.

The Emmy Awards for Business & Financial Reporting recognize outstanding achievement in business and financial reporting, telecast or webcast (covering the period of July 1, 2007 thru June 30, 2008); the Emmy Awards for Promotional Announcements recognize outstanding promotional announcements in News & Documentary programming that aired in 2007.

"It is truly gratifying to be recognized by our peers and honored with seven Emmy nominations," said Mark Hoffman, CNBC President. "We congratulate our stellar CNBC team for all of their hard work."

CNBC's nominations for "Outstanding Documentary on a Business Topic" are the following stories:

· "Swoosh! Inside Nike," - Reported by CNBC Correspondent Darren Rovell; Produced by Jonathan Dann, Tom Rotunno, Hakimah Shah, and Adam Sternberg; Executive Produced by Mitch Weitzner; Josh Howard is Vice President, Long Form and Special Programming.

· "Ultimate Fighting: From Blood Sport to Big Time" - Reported by CNBC Correspondent Scott Wapner; Produced by Alison O'Brien, Bob Waldman, and Marc Kinderman; Executive Produced by Mitch Weitzner; Josh Howard is Vice President, Long Form and Special Programming.

CNBC's monthly primetime business news magazine, "Business Nation," received three nominations for "Outstanding Coverage of a Current Business News Story –

News Magazines and Long Form":

· "$25 at a Time," - Reported by CNBC Correspondent John Larson; Produced by Wally Griffith; Executive Produced by Mitch Weitzner; Josh Howard is Vice President, Long Form and Special Programming.

· "Field of Dreams," - Reported by David Faber, CNBC's Chief Correspondent of "Business Nation;" Produced by Alison O'Brien; Executive Produced by Mitch Weitzner; Josh Howard is Vice President, Long Form and Special Programming.

· "Golden Leaf," - Reported by CNBC's Carl Quintanilla, Co-anchor of "Squawk Box;" Produced by Janet Klein; Executive Produced by Mitch Weitzner; Josh Howard is Vice President, Long Form and Special Programming.

CNBC's nomination in the category of "Outstanding Investigative Reporting of a Business News Story –

Magazines and Long Form" is the following "Business Nation" story:

· "Cash Crop," - Reported by CNBC Correspondent Bob Faw, Produced by Dana Miller Ervin; Executive Produced by Mitch Weitzner; Josh Howard is Vice President, Long Form and Special Programming.

In the category of "Outstanding Promotional Announcement –

Institutional," CNBC was nominated for:

· iamcnbc.com –

Vice President of Marketing, Thomas Clendenin; Director of Creative Services, Frank Piantini; Senior Producer, Ellen Lewis; Director of Photography, Bryan Brousseau.





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