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MSNBC’s Website Gets New Look

In advance of its own dedicated website (still slated to launch early next year) MSNBC’s sub-site on NBCNews.com got a refresh today.

“This is just a redesign of our current pages on nbcnews.com,” an MSNBC spokesperson says.

The new site features MSNBC talent more prominently at the top of the page, video content to the right of the page while the written content takes on a bloggier look (see the screencap to the right). There is also a tab about “issues,” which collects stories and videos around topics like “Equality,” Education” and “Green” in one place.

NewscastStudio was first to notice the changes. You can check out the new look here.

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