TVNewser hears some changes may be in store for MSNBC dayside.
“Morning Meeting,” the two hour show hosted by Dylan Ratigan, may be split, with one hour in the morning and another in the afternoon. It’s not determined which hour Ratigan might take over, but one scenario puts him at 4pmET, leading in to “Hardball.” He could also land at 3pmET, which is one of the hours he anchored at CNBC until earlier this year.
“Meeting” launched in June with Ratigan at the helm. If the show is halved in the morning, the 10amET slot would return to news, which is what happened to the 11amET slot in August with the cancellation of Carlos Watson‘s show.
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