“MSNBC is now looking for [Rick] Kaplan‘s replacement, and it would look to be a hard job to fill. It’s the rare news executive who risks taking over from a man who was canned for only boosting ratings by 14 percent,” Media Life Magazine says. The story includes this notable sentence:
“And even then, there’s the fundamental question to be addressed, one often debated among media people, whether there is any real place or need for a third cable news network.”
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