Heartland liberal Ed Schultz is losing his prime-time show on MSNBC. The cable network says that Schultz is being moved to the weekends, to host two-hour shows Saturday and Sunday at 5 p.m. EDT.
White smoke or black smoke? Maybe it’s easier just to wait for a text message that a new pope has been elected.
Keith Olbermann has burned a lot of bridges, but seems eager to build one back to ESPN. The anchor, who is suing his most recent employer, Current TV, has made several overtures to the sports network he left in 1997, the New York Times reports.
David Axelrod, former strategist and aide to President Obama, has landed a new job at NBC News.
MSNBC invited viewers Wednesday to draw their own conclusions about whether the parent of a Connecticut school shooting victim was heckled at a legislative hearing but didn’t address criticism that it aired a deceptively edited video of the event.
By DAVID BAUDER NEW YORK (AP) — To his boss, Chris Matthews has become a statesman. His critics probably have other words. The veteran MSNBC host raised his profile as much as any member of the television commentariat during the presidential campaign. His 5 p.m. “Hardball” show has seen viewership jump by 24 percent this […]
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews is under fire for appearing to be a little too gleeful about the role Hurricane Sandy may have played in President Obama’s re-election.
Television news networks are showing some of the final stump speeches for the presidential candidates, but what you see depends on where you look.
“Saturday Night Live” spoofed last Wednesday’s presidential debate at least three times this weekend, including an appearance by the one and only Big Bird. Watch …
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