Dylan Ratigan‘s path to MSNBC dayside anchor has had some interesting turns. From a middle of the night job preventing parking garage scams, to director of Global Managing Editor for corporate finance at Bloomberg. So what did it take to get there? And what’s next? Here’s the final part of this week’s MediaBeat.
- Part I – Monday: Dylan Ratigan’s politics: “I skew toward, stay out of my bedroom and stay out of my bank account”
- Part II – Tuesday: Is Dylan Ratigan the next Glenn Beck (without the apocalypse talk?)
- MSNBC's Al Sharpton Immersed in Ferguson News, Draws Criticism from Megyn Kelly
- Ed Henry Asks White House About Al Sharpton's Taxes
- Critic: Cable News Walking Fine Line Between Coverage and 'Inciting Violent Mood'
- Rachel Racusen Leaves White House for MSNBC