‘Moneyline’ Broadens Focus

NEW YORK — When viewers tune in to CNN’s “Moneyline” on Monday, not only will they find Lou Dobbs in the anchor chair but an evolving format as well. Dobbs said Wednesday that his first step will be to add longer segments.

“Moneyline’s” scope will take on a broader economic focus, reporting on the political economy and related topics from markets to taxes, education, energy, science and technology.

“By increasing the scope of ‘Moneyline,’ each night our viewers will gain a better sense of how their quality of life is affected by news and world events,” Dobbs said. “There is a tremendous correlation between global news and the political economy, and “Moneyline” is the only program covering these areas from the unique perspective.”