Last week TVNewser gave you a sneak preview of MSNBC’s new dayside lineup, and now it is beginning to take effect.
Richard Lui, who left CNN/HLN in July, has started his new job at MSNBC. Lui made his debut at 10 AM this morning. As we reported, Lui will be part of a new program from 10 AM to noon, which will be anchored by Chris Jansing.
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