EMMY AWARD-WINNERS RICK KAPLAN AND AUDREY GRUBER DEVELOP ONLY TELEVISION SHOW DEDICATED SOLELY TO COVERING MUSIC NEWS
“FUSE NEWS” TO LAUNCH WITH SPECIAL GRAMMY COVERAGE ON FEBRUARY 6 AT 8PM EST
NEW SHOW SERVES AS CENTERPIECE OF FUSE’S RECENTLY LAUNCHED NEWS DIVISION DEDICATED TO DELIVERING ROUND-THE-CLOCK COVERAGE OF THE MUSIC INDUSTRY ACROSS MULTIPLE PLATFORMS
Fuse, the national music television network of The Madison Square Garden Company, announced today the launch of Fuse News, a brand new flagship show that will report on the important stories in the world of music with insight, expertise and an unparalleled depth of coverage. The show will serve as the centerpiece of Fuse’s largest initiative to date: the creation of a music news division in fall 2012, which is already providing round-the-clock coverage of the music industry across multiple platforms. As the only show on television dedicated solely to delivering informed, credible music news, Fuse News is set to become the go-to destination for anyone who listens to music.
The daily 30-minute show will be led by Fuse News anchors Alexa Chung and Matte Babel, who will work with senior contributing correspondents Jack Osbourne, Elaine Moran, and Liz Walaszczyk to provide today’s most comprehensive coverage of the music industry. In addition to delivering the top news of the day, Fuse News will inform and educate viewers with an in-depth look at what makes up the increasingly complex world of music, including stories on the artists, industry and technology, with commentary from the Fuse News team and expert panelists. Music fans will have unique access to their favorite artists with in-studio guests, performances, and video premieres. Emmy Award-winners Rick Kaplan and Audrey Gruber are the senior executives behind the program.
Fuse News debuts surrounding the largest music event of the year, the 55th Annual GRAMMY ® Awards, with multiple Fuse News specials.
Wednesday, February 6 through Friday, February 8 at 8:00 p.m. EST, kicking off pre-GRAMMY coverage with three half-hour episodes, Fuse News will feature interviews with (For More Fuse News Click “Next”)