MSNBC finished No. 1 across all cable networks in the weekday primetime hours last week, a first for the network whose numbers have been climbing in recent months.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow reported Thursday that she received a “carefully forged” document from someone who likely had prior access to top secret material, but the Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald provided evidence the following day that Maddow’s document was an altered version of publicly available material.
A Rolling Stone interview feature with Rachel Maddow that was published Wednesday touted the MSNBC host as the “most trusted name in news.”
Lawrence O’Donnell has agreed to stay at MSNBC just a few days before his contract was set to expire.
The USAA financial services firm will reinstate ads on conservative Fox News host Sean Hannity’s primetime show after receiving backlash from military members and veterans, the Associated Press reports.
MSNBC beat out its cable news rivals during primetime last week in the key 25-54 demographic and in total viewership for the first time in the network’s 21-year existence, according to Nielsen Research.