These days the media is big business and bigger bucks.
Easing regulations could spell big profits, but what will it mean for you? FCC Chair Michael Powell (search) answers.
Plus, Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-S.D., explains why he thinks the FCC made the wrong decision by relaxing ownership rules for media companies.
And, Molly de Ramel breaks down media companies are poised for mergers.
We’ll take the markets’ temperature with Michelle Girard, bond market strategist at Prudential Financial, and Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.
We'll get a read on what we can expect from the fast approaching Middle East summit from Ghassan Khatib, Palestinian Authority labor minister, and Michael Evans, author of Beyond Iraq.
Plus, is President Bush at odds with his Treasury secretary over the strength of the dollar? Dennis Kneale, managing editor at Forbes magazine, weighs in.
Tune in tonight to Your World with Cavuto.
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