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Ticker Goes Live On CNBC, Rips It Up

The Ticker appeared live this afternoon in two segments on Erin Burnett's "Street Signs" program in CNBC.

She was broadcasting from Capitol Hill, where the heads of eight of the nation's biggest banks were getting grilled by the House Financial Services committee.

The first segment was grim for the Ticker. We were largely blocked out by three other CNBC yakkers.

But, like a clutch b-baller in a big game, The Ticker made it rain in overtime, dominating the last several minutes of the discussion and leaving 'em laughing.

Check out the video here.

-- Frank Ahrens
The Ticker is Twittering!

By Frank Ahrens  |  February 11, 2009; 7:50 PM ET
Categories:  The Ticker  | Tags: CNBC, Erin Burnett, bailout  
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