Sara Eisen and Wilfred Frost Have Taken Over "Worldwide Exchange"
Viewers of “Worldwide Exchange” have been experiencing the change in format since January 2016, as Sara Eisen and Wilfred Frost became the new presenters of the CNBC’s popular program.
Sara Eisen, who is one of the six co-anchors of CNBC’s Squawk on the Street, joined CNBC in December 2013 as a correspondent focusing on the global consumer. Sara replaced Susan Li, who had joined “Worldwide Exchange” in September 2015.
Wilfred Frost joined Worldwide Exchange as a co-anchor on September 1, 2014. Previously, Julia Chatterley was the sole host of the program.
Probably because of the decline in overall ratings since 2009, CNBC initiated the step to broadcast the program from its headquarters, Englewood Cliffs, the United States of America, starting from 2016.
Acclaimed as one of the famous programs in the States, Worldwide Exchange has received a positive response from its viewers after the change.
After the involvement of Sara and Wilfred, the program ratings have increased. Since then, the program has emphasized on analysis of economic trends around the world via interviews with political and economic personas such as Donald Trump and Ravij Gandhi.
Sara and Wilfred covering the news together about Ravin Gandhi, CEO GMM Nonstick Coating (Published: Jul 23, 2015)
Broadcasted from CNBC since 2005, Worldwide Exchange has interviewed numerous renowned financial personalities and analyzed their propositions on economic trends.
“Worldwide Exchange” has always met its motto to deliver essential information and analysis for anyone who wants to be the part of the global business conversation.
Not only that, the program has diversified its range from businesses to stock market. The program has also interviewed some distinguished stock market personalities such as Warren Buffett, Emily Sanders, and Phil Martens.
Brian Shactman, Christine Tan, Ross Westgate on "Worldwide Exchange (staticflickr.com)
CNBC has never undermined the power of the program. It has always administered renowned presenters to the program. Renowned presenters from the world such as Christine Tan, Nicole Lapin, Kelly Evans and Ross Westgate have already been the co-anchors of the program.
According to her Twitter, she still works for CNBC and 2017 was a blessing to Sara. She not only got an opportunity to interview the CEO of the Coca-Cola, James Quincey but she did all this while she was pregnant.
During her 8 months pregnancy she did an interview with the TVNewswer and shared her thoughts about working during pregnancy:
I’m on air starting at 5 a.m., so I’ve been accustomed to waking up very early- 3:30 a.m. And that means making sure I get to bed at a decent hour, before 9 p.m., and managing my rest. It’s gotten so much harder the past few months.”
She further added:
“Mostly, I’ve earned a whole new world of respect for my fellow working women, who somehow manage all the challenges that come with being pregnant alongside their work,” Eisen continued. “From physical side effects like back pain or a stuffy nose to emotional swings, anxiety and tiredness, it’s tough to balance. I don’t want any of my peers or managers to expect I won’t be delivering 100% each day… but it takes incredible effort to fight through many things I’d previously taken for granted.”
She gave birth to a healthy baby boy named Samuel back in November 2017 and shared the bliss with her fans by posting a debut picture of her baby boy on Instagram.
Sara Eisen flaunts her baby boy Samuel on her Instagram (Instagram)
It seems like Sara is balancing her personal and professional life like a pro as she is a new mother in town and is successfully managing her career so far.