Meet The Press may never be the same.
“We have legal processes that are set in motion, that are designed after centuries of Anglo-American jurisprudence tradition.”
Spoiler: CNN went all in.
“And we wonder why we’re in decline. No, seriously.”
What’s the end game for a lifelong television journalist who’s worked almost 30 years for a legacy outlet?
UPDATE: Jebreal tells Democracy Now! that her contract as an MSNBC paid contributor is up and that she’s currently negotiating with the network.
The network accidentally broadcasts footage of destruction when teasing a segment about how “the LeBron James effect” could revitalize Ohio.
The former governor’s remarks about House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s sexuality don’t jibe with MSNBC’s progressive format.
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio again denied the scientific consensus human activity is a cause of climate change during an interview on Sean Hannity’s radio program Wednesday. According to NASA, 97% of scientists agree on climate change being due to human activity.
The Fox News contributor attempts to explain comments he made about former Secretary of State’s health.
“After 20 years in this business anyone who knows me, knows where I stand on diversity and inclusion, so to those I let down or feel betrayed, I hear you and I’m sorry,” host Thomas Roberts said.
An MSNBC spokesperson tells BuzzFeed the cable news network will apologize for what many considered an insensitive and offensive segment.
Sombreros, maracas, and tequila, oh my. Bask in the awkwardness.
After covering his standoff nonstop earlier this month. MSNBC’s coverage was the bizarro world opposite.
Ronan Farrow reported the death Monday of Ray Hutchison, a former state legislator and the husband of the former Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison. But the broadcast showed a picture of Kay Bailey Hutchison with former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
Ronan Farrow’s “Battle of the Day” poll was about whether a group of guys who parachuted off Freedom Tower in New York were “heroes” or “zeroes.” But the text on the screen looked pretty bad.
The cable news ratings race during America’s obsession with missing Malaysian jetliner was won by Fox News, but CNN and MSNBC can claim victory as well.
President Obama’s approval rating has hit a record low in the United States, but Kenyans still feel positively about the president.
“I’m sorry, I’m sorry; they’ve seen the [Daily Show].” — Jon Stewart
“Our headlines will be ripped from social media,” says Albie Hecht in his first interview after being named to lead the channel. A possible slogan: “We’re not the news. You are.”
Only a big star like Joe Scarborough can get McDonalds to cook up a Big Mac during breakfast hours.
“Maybe the rightwing will hate it…”Update: MSNBC has deleted the tweet and apologized.
The cable network’s overlords at NBC News seem to be winning the war over programming.
“I’m not a politician,” he said.
Surprise? Fox News covered the scandal more than Al Jazeera America.
“My intention was not malicious, but I broke the ground rule that families are off-limits. For that I am sorry.”
Thomas Roberts’ move to Way Too Early means MSNBC has to decide how opinionated they want their morning programming to be. The late mornings on cable news tend to play it pretty down the middle.