Media Moves

The adrenaline is always pumping

July 27, 2010

Martin C. Daks of NJBiz.com writes about Eric Bolling, who came from CNBC to Fox Business Network and now is the anchor of the “Money Rocks” show.

Daks writes, “‘I’m always on,” Bolling said, perched on a chair in his office after wrapping a segment. ‘My adrenaline’s always pumping.’

“It must be, for Bolling to keep up with his blazing schedule. Even though ‘Money Rocks’ doesn’t tape until 4 p.m., Bolling’s usually in the studio by about 8 p.m. to catch up on last-minute events and to prep before interviewing the day’s personalities. After the shoot, debriefings and other administrative tasks keep him at the studio until 7 p.m. or later.

“During a taping, it’s easy to get caught up in Bolling’s excitement. He doesn’t stand so much as balance on the balls of his feet, like he’s ready to spring into motion. Bolling said he draws on his time as a ballplayer and as a trader for inspiration.”

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