MSNBC becomes more balanced

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Maverick74, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. Maverick74

    Maverick74

    http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/msnbc-looking-to-make-a-change-at-6pm_b76895

    All they were really missing from their left wing lineup was a race baitor. Now they finally can offer their moonbat audience a complete offering of nut jobs to cover the entire left wing spectrum.

    MSNBC Looking to Make a Change at 6pm
    By Chris Ariens on July 16, 2011 12:00 PM

    Cenk Uygur was thrust onto the MSNBC schedule in January, when Keith Olbermann‘s departure set in motion several host changes on the progressive channel’s lineup.

    Now TVNewser hears Uygur may be moved out of the 6pm hour, possibly to be replaced by Al Sharpton. When the host changes happened earlier this year, the 6pm hour was simply known as “MSNBC Live,” a telling sign that MSNBC was trying out Uygur.

    Sharpton has hosted the 6pm show for the last two weeks. This past week, the hour was second, to Fox News, in A25-54 viewers Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

    Insiders tell us that Uygur will remain a part of MSNBC in some capacity. His site, The Young Turks, says Uygur has been on vacation and will return Monday.
     
  2. Is it possible that Murdoch has installed moles inside the executive suite at MSNBC, and they are deliberately taking steps to destroy any shred of creibility or decency the network ever had?

    I suppose the firing of Keith Olbermann undercuts that theory, but on the other hand, they replaced him with one of the handful of even more loathsome people in the country.
     
  3. JamesL

    JamesL

    Why say that? Rev Al has been an ongoing contributor to the FOX News network for a number of years now.

    It seems like the loons MSNBC are trying to poach FOX talent. (I hear Beck is a free agent now). :D
     
  4. rew

    rew

    With Al Sharpton on the line up MSNBC would have to hire David Duke to have some semblance of balance. Except that David Duke never incited a mob to destroy another man's business.
     
  5. huh

    huh

    I caught a couple episodes of Dillion Ratigan's show and actually found it watchable (mostly Ratigan, his posse of the token redumblicunt and demoncrap are lame).....but yes Sharpton is an idiot that has no business on TV.
     
  6. joneog

    joneog

    I'm having trouble deciding which network is more of a partisan joke: MSNBC or FOX. They really are in a heated battle on that front.

    Mathews is their O'reilley.

    That Mr. Ed guy is their Hannety.
     
  7. Maverick74

    Maverick74

    The tiebreaker is Greta over Maddow. MSNBC loses.
    :D
     
  8. Fair and balanced news? That's good news man! Its a new era!
     
  9. Yeah that's kind of true.