“It’s almost like we’re one personality away,” MSNBC president Phil Griffin told Stelter. Olbermann supports the move as well. “Losing the 10 p.m. replay [of Countdown] is a very small price to pay for a last piece to the puzzle.” Olbermann says. MSNBC insiders tell us there is nothing currently in development, but the network’s goal is to add a 10pm show when it finds the right host.
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