The NY Post picks up on the MSNBC buzz:
“MSNBC is on the move — out of Secaucus,” Don Kaplan writes. “Parent company NBC is considering bringing the No. 3 cable-news network, which employs about 500 people, across the Hudson river to its Rockefeller Center headquarters.” Or perhaps to Englewood Cliffs?
“The buzz was sparked by word that MSNBC’s 10-year lease at its Secaucus headquarters is up for renewal. But a real-estate source says that the network still has several years to go on the lease, which began when MSNBC launched in 1996.”
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