Former truTV anchor Jami Floyd is filling in on MSNBC today. The NoonET hour, which is normally occupied by Dr. Nancy Snyderman, is preempted for news of the day, anchored by Floyd, a former lawyer who joined CourtTV in 2005. Floyd was an anchor of “In Session” trial programming. truTV shuttered the New York operations of “In Session” earlier this month.
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