The MSNBC host vents on his hatred for Wikipedia and his faith in the staying power of liberal talk radio
With CNN enjoying a ratings resurgence, the cable-news rumor mill is in full churn, suggesting that the next move is to ditch Blitzer and sprinkle the network with more hunky young anchors. With MSNBC in full-on self-defensive swoon mode, can the liberal darling avoid "destruction" by going on a Magic Mike hiring spree of its own?
Liberals are thrashing The New Republic for suggesting that the cable news doyenne is anything but marvelous.
On its 15th birthday, people are taking inventory of its nine years of news ratings dominance
The Peacock might be missing Keith Olbermann following its September ratings slump
The vice president gives Uygur his own 7 p.m. week night show on Current TV
The former civil rights leader and minister will host "PoliticsNation" at 6 p.m.
Everyone was wondering why MSNBC, CNN, and Fox didn't broadcast from Tripoli sooner
The MSNBC host's anger-fueled rant summons memories of the 'Network'
The Hollywood Reporter says she negotiated a multi-year deal with MSNBC
Finally MSNBC president Phil Griffin admits to what everyone already knows
A new count pegs the network's coverage at at least 30 segments
The backlash to the backlash against Halperin's "dick" comment is already here
Tina's Wednesday morning appearance on Morning Joe was kind of a disaster
He's been touting his new Current show, but biting his tongue about MSNBC
The deposed MSNBC host's debut on Current was awfully familiar
Hours after Ed Henry moved from CNN to Fox News he's painted as a right-wing nut
The case for the congressman's future in television
News organizations would like your help going through the 24,199 pages
Revelations in a new interview: he doesn't talk to Rachel Maddow, bad-mouthed Jeff Zucker
The Republican will fit in comfortably among their talking heads
Maybe not the best party chairman, he's always made great TV
Lawrence O'Donnell is angry there's no word on whether The Apprentice will return
The majority of coverage of Obama on cable in recent weeks looked at his citizenship
The new 'Countdown with Keith Olbermann' will premiere on Current TV on June 20
The cable news campaign enters a more sobering phase
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