Ingraham, peacock in pact

Bernstein, Paula
January 2000
Daily Variety;01/12/2000, Vol. 266 Issue 27, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that `Watch It' host Laura Ingraham will move to primetime as a special correspondent covering Decision 2000 for United States firms MSNBC and NBC News. End of `Watch It' on January 14, 2000; Filing of reports for `The News With Brian Williams' and other NBC News programs.


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