He is readying to, “deliver analysis on MSNBC from dawn until late at night, squeezing in appearances on the broadcast network.”
Also from Capus: “Others who are in the space tend to draw more attention to themselves than Chuck does. He’s not out there showboating.”
As for the spectrum of cable news convention coverage, Gold sums it up: “Fox News with its political eminence grise, Brit Hume, helming its prime-time programming; CNN with its pundit-packed ‘Election Center’ set; and MSNBC with its colorful anchor team of Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews, who unapologetically slide between news and opinion.”
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