MSNBC Votes to Boost Politics Coverage

Moss, Linda
October 2007
Multichannel News;10/8/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 40, p25
The article reports on the move of MSNBC to increase its political coverage. The network's political lineup features Tim Russert on weekends, Chris Matthews will co-moderate a Republican presidential debate concerning economics, and others. Moreover, the addition of Tim Russert to the network's weekend lineup solidifies MSNBC's place for politics wherein it features interviews with policymakers, and provides in-depth discussions related to entertainment, politics, and others.


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