Former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry gave her first in-depth interview on her breakup with the network. She felt that MSNBC didn't care about her.
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry rejected the network's severance deal. She said the deal would have included a non-disparagement clause.
NEWS ROUNDUP: Bernie Sanders Appears On “Tom Joyner Morning Show” After Bruising South Carolina Defeat…AND MORE
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is doing everything in his power to garner the Black vote. Sanders appeared on The Tom Joyner Morning Show on Monday morning, fielding questions from a roundtable of Black hosts and contributors, including Roland Martin, Don Lemon, Al Sharpton, Jacque Reid, and Sybil Wilkes. The move came just days after the Vermont senator […]
After weeks of being unable to anchor her newscast due to elections coverage, Melissa Harris-Perry has decided to walk away from her show.
Since the Sandy Hook massacre, gun violence in America has only gotten worse. In fact, 554 kids under the age of 23 have died from gunshots in the three years since the horrific crime, according to an NBC News analysis. But that number may very well be larger, as suicides often go unreported.
MSNBC Releases Apology For Entering Home Of San Bernardino Suspects, FBI Treats Shooting As Terrorism
Viewers of multiple cable outlets such as MSNBC and CNN witnessed disturbing footage of reporters going through personal items at the home of the San Bernardino shooting suspects, leading to an apology from MSNBC.
Vester Lee Flanagan allegedly sought out the personnel records of the two people he killed when he was trying to sue the network.
UPDATED, 3:49 p.m. EST, 3-11-15 While discussing the fallout over an Oklahoma fraternity’s racist chant video on Wednesday, MSNBC Morning Joe hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough said the students may have learned the song from rap music, the New York Daily News reports. Reports the New York Daily News: The conversation started when co-host […]
On Sunday the Apollo Theater in Harlem and WNYC partnered for a second year to present WNYC’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration with “Hear Our Voices, Count Our Votes: MLK’s March Continues.” Hear portions of it in the video clip above. WNYC’s Peabody Award-winning host Brian Lehrer and MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry convened a discussion that looks […]
During this year’s Annual Rainbow Push Coalition Conference, Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. reminded attendees and members of the black press that black stories matter. He stressed that, if the black press does not adequately cover black issues, blacks can’t be upset if other media outlets like CNN and MSNBC won’t. Watch! Be sure to listen to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin, weekdays at 7 a.m. EST […]
It was announced Monday morning that television journalist Tamron Hall will be joining the “Today” show’s third hour, making her the first black woman to co-host the popular morning show. A regular fill-in host on “Today,” Hall has hosted several special reports for MSNBC and NBC News, including “Debating the Black Agenda.” She also served as […]
Though some media observers doubted it would happen, MSNBC has selected Karen Finney as the host for a new afternoon program airing weekends from 4-5 p.m., reports MSNBC.com. Finney is the latest move in a shuffle that includes Ed Schultz moving to weekends as MSNBC ramps up their news coverage, and Chris Hayes taking over […]
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