Former CNN anchor and personality Lou Dobbs has joined Fox Business Network, where he will host his own show, according to our friend Joe Flint at the Los Angeles Times’ Company Town blog.
It was in November, 2009, that Dobbs left CNN.
According to the story, " Fox Business Network is expected to announce that it has signed Dobbs as early as [this afternoon, Nov. 10, 2010]. It’s the latest high-profile hire for the cable network, which launched a little over three years ago and is in 57 million homes. Although that is far fewer homes than its chief rival, CNBC, Fox Business last week managed to beat CNBC on election night, both in viewers and the key adults 25-54 demographic."
Flint also writes, "Dobbs will instantly become one of the biggest names on Fox Business. Neil Cavuto is its most prominent on-air personality. Other high-profile anchors and reporters include Charlie Gasparino and Dennis Kneale, both former CNBC staffers, and Gerri Willis, an ex-CNN correspondent who hosts a show for Fox Business."