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Now will anyone tune in? Outlook not good. Until Macke and his back up dancers, The Car People, join the fray, that is.

Fox Business Network announced Thursday it will simulcast radio host Don Imus' morning show starting Oct. 5 as the cable channel seeks to jump-start viewership.

The two-year-old network - which like this newswire is owned by News Corp. (NWSA) - has faced tough competition from the more widely available CNBC, owned NBC Universal.
Fox Business will air the program from 6-9 a.m. EDT and Imus' program will incorporate additional business news. A trio of Fox anchors will continue to host a show starting at 5 a.m. ET before appearing on Imus' program to report on financial news.
Alexis Glick, host of "Money for Breakfast" from 7-9 a.m., will continue to host "Opening Bell" at 9 a.m.

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