Glick to Keynote 2009 NAB Radio Show Luncheon

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Alexis Glick

Washington, DC - Jun 25, 2009 - Fox Business Network anchor and vice president of business news Alexis Glick will deliver the keynote address during The NAB Radio Show Luncheon on Sept. 25 in Philadelphia. Glick's keynote will focus on the current business climate and the state of the economy. The luncheon will also include the presentation of the National Radio Award, given this year to Ed Christian, president, chief executive officer and chairman of Saga Communications.

Glick joined Fox News as the director of business news in the fall of 2006 and was named vice president of business news in September 2007. Glick is also the anchor for the Fox Business Network programs Money for Breakfast and Opening Bell. Previously, Glick was a correspondent for NBC's The Today Show, where she co-anchored the third hour of the program. Prior to joining NBC she was the senior trading correspondent for CNBC, reporting from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for CNBC's Squawk Box. While at CNBC, Glick also contributed to Street Signs and Closing Bell.

Glick began her career as an analyst at Goldman Sachs before becoming the executive director at Morgan Stanley, where she headed the New York Stock Exchange floor operations. She is a graduate of Columbia University and currently serves as a member of the board of directors of the College Alumni Association.

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