Sign In. Self - Host 30 episodes, Kasie Hunt Self 15 episodes, Pete Williams Self - Correspondent 11 episodes, Ayman Mohyeldin Self - Correspondent 6 episodes, Frances Rivera Self - Guest 5 episodes, Ron Allen Self 5 episodes, Yamiche Alcindor Self - Correspondent 5 episodes, Gabe Gutierrez Self - News Anchor 4 episodes, Tamron Hall Self - Guest 4 episodes, Jack Jacobs Self - Guest 4 episodes, Robert Traynham Self - Correspondent 4 episodes, Adam Reiss Self - Correspondent 4 episodes, Ali Vitali Self - Correspondent 4 episodes, Howard Dean Self - Guest 4 episodes, Bill Karins Self 3 episodes, Cheryl Casone Self 3 episodes, Chris Matthews Self 3 episodes, Mike Viqueira Self - Guest 3 episodes, Miguel Almaguer Self - Correspondent 3 episodes, Anne Thompson Self - Correspondent 3 episodes, Lisa Bloom Self - Guest 3 episodes, Gordon Chang Self - Guest 3 episodes, Robert Costa Self - Correspondent 3 episodes, Gadi Schwartz Self - Correspondent 3 episodes, Morgan Radford Self - Correspondent 3 episodes, Rodney Davis Self 3 episodes, Janis Mackey Frayer Self - Correspondent 3 episodes, William Kristol Self - Panelist 3 episodes, Maya Rodriguez Self - Correspondent 3 episodes, Jonathan Swan Self - Panelist 3 episodes, Chris Murphy Self 3 episodes, Basil Smikle Self - Guest 3 episodes, Evelyn Farkas Self - Correspondent 3 episodes, Charlie Savage Self - Guest 3 episodes, Joyce Vance Internet Correspondent 2 episodes, Lisa J.Ayman was one of the first Western journalists allowed to enter and report on the handing over and trial of the deposed President of Iraq Saddam Hussein by the Iraqi Interim Government for crimes against humanity.
His father is a certified public accountant in Marietta, Georgia. Mohyeldin has an older brother, Ahmed, who is a resident neurosurgeon at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center  and former professional soccer star for the Atlanta Silverbacks. Mohyeldin lived in Egypt until the age of 5 when his parents emigrated to the U. Mohyeldin received his undergraduate education at American University in Washington D.
He lived in Iraq from — as a foreign news producer with CNN.
Just because of my language skills and the timing, so to speak, I got a lot of experience. I was thrown into a mix of things that normally desk assistants at my level would not have gotten.
I was doing translation mostly, but I was also developing themes or threads to stories that either had some Middle East connection to them or some type of Arabic language skills required. So it was an unbelievable experience at a really young age. Mohyeldin's coverage of major news events in the Arab World and Middle East include the Iraq Warthe first multi-candidate presidential Egyptian elections inIsrael's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian elections in the Gaza Strip.
As a producer, Mohyeldin became the first journalist to enter one of Libya 's nuclear research facilities after producing Col. In —, Mohyeldin covered the Israeli attack on Gaza. He reported on the intricate network of tunnels that were once used for smuggling of weapons and people across the Egyptian - Gaza border and are now a vital route into Gaza for medicine, food and fuel supplies.MSNBC ANCHOR, ALISON MORRIS DROPS THE "N" WORD WHILE REFERRING TO THE "LOS ANGELES LAKERS"
He also covered the unrest in Ukraine, and most recently the unrest in Iraq. On January 28,Ayman broadcast from the Al Jazeera news building in Cairo for several hours straight, reporting on the Egyptian protests as protesters and Egyptian police battled for control of the 6th October Bridge. On January 30, Anis El Fekki of the Egyptian Interior Ministry revoked Al Jazeera's broadcast license and forced the closure of their Cairo bureau, claiming the network was conspiring with opposition groups to overthrow the government.
Ayman was one of five Al Jazeera journalists arrested and briefly detained by Egyptian authorities the following day, after the network refused to cease broadcasting upon the loss of their accreditation.
On February 6,Mohyeldin was again arrested by the Egyptian military upon trying to enter Tahrir square. He was released nine hours later. In JanuaryMohyeldin traveled to Syria to cover the months-old uprising. Among the cities he visited was Daraa.
That fall he also extensively covered the Syrian civil war and the effects of refugees overflowing into neighboring Lebanon.Broadcasting the news has taken a hit in the information age, as more and more media consumers get their news from digital platforms rather than turning on Fox, CNN or some of the other "alphabet" TV news networks.
Even so, being a news anchor is still a lucrative career inespecially if you're in television representing one of the big media broadcasters. The highest-paid news anchors are doing better than that - way better.
And these marquee news anchors are raking in the most money on an annual basis, with some familiar names at the top of the list. A New York City native, Hannity's broadcast career dates back to the early s in Alabama and Georgia, and as a talk show host at the University of California, where he attended college.
Hannity was hired by Fox News in for the news and political talk show "Hannity and Colmes," which lasted to A resident of Long Island, N. A cancer survivor, Roberts is a frequent speaker on the subject of illness and recovery and has earned four Emmy awards for her work at ABC. Born in Fall River, Mass. Shepard Smith is the host of Fox News' "Shepard Smith Reporting" while also serving as managing news editor for the network.
A native of Holly Springs, Miss. Maria Bartiromo has carved a formidable reputation as a tough, no-nonsense business and finance reporter at CNBC and now at Fox Business Network, where she holds the title of chief global business editor. The Rumson, N. He's also reported abroad from war-torn hot spots like Afghanistan and Iran over 20 times.
Pelley has been with CBS News for over three decades and he's known primarily for his anchor role at the network from toand his longstanding correspondent's role with CBS's "60 Minutes.
His book "Truth Worth Telling: A Reporter's Search for Meaning in the Stories of Our Times" is a memoir of Pelley's career as a reporter and serves a valuable snapshot of a life spent covering world events like Sept. The Castro Valley, Calif. Maddow was one of the original hosts for "Air America" the politically left-leaning national radio network back in andand moved on to MSNBC in as a network contributor. She scored her show after acting as a substitute host for various network news programs in and and has held strong in the ratings ever since.
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In the late summer ofMSNBC revamped its programming; the moves were in sharp contrast to previous programming decisions at the network. MSNBC Livethe network's flagship daytime news platform, was expanded to cover over eight hours of the day. As of Septemberapproximately 87 million households in the United States NBC executive Tom Rogers was instrumental in developing this partnership.
The network took over the channel space of NBC's 2-year-old America's Talking AT network, although in most cases cable carriage had to be negotiated with providers who had never carried AT. The first show was anchored by Jodi Applegate and included news, interviews, and commentary.
Stories were generally longer and more detailed than the stories CNN was running. NBC also highlighted their broadcast connections by airing stories directly from NBC's network affiliates, along with breaking news coverage from the same sources. MSNBC gradually increased its emphasis on politics. The year also boosted the profile of Ashleigh Banfieldwho was present during the collapse of Building 7 while covering the World Trade Center on September The news website msnbc.
In lateMSNBC began attracting liberal and progressive viewers as Keith Olbermann began critiquing and satirizing conservative media commentators during his Countdown With Keith Olbermann program. ET, a new program that took over Cosby and Carlson's timeslots. On September 24,Abrams announced that he was leaving his general manager position so he could focus on his p.
More than That's not the case anymore. They were widely viewed as the face of the channel's political coverage. Both were later removed from their anchor positions. The move to create a new program for the channel was widely seen as a smart ratings move, where beforehand, MSNBC lagged behind in coveted primetime ratings. In the third quarter ofMSNBC continued its solid lead over CNN, beating the network in total day for the first time since the second quarter of in the key adult demographic.
Olbermann later revealed that he had taken his show to Current TV. To help revive the struggling network, MSNBC in the summer of started transitioning from left-leaning, opinionated programming to hard news programming.
Nearly all daytime opinionated news programs were replaced with more generic news programs.It was nearing 9 a. But the fact is that they did rise. To be certain, these moves have not occurred within a vacuum.
As Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan recently pointed out, the BBC has gone to considerable lengths to make sure that women take prominent roles on its airwaves. And in the United States, women are now the executive producers of all three network morning shows.
I know this better than anyone, having been here 41 years. They go into a back room and they talk with each other and they laugh at what they are getting away with. Tur admits to some hesitancy in taking the 2 p. Jackson, now the chief White House correspondent for NBC News, had been on the campaign trail in when she was asked to do a daily afternoon show. As with the others, Jackson pulls double duty, appearing at various points during the day before and after her program, which now runs in the 10 a.
To be certain, even Mitchell, who has witnessed the total transformation of American politics, has adapted her coverage along with it.
Background: Jackson was hired by NBC inafter working as a national correspondent for Hearst Broadcasting and as a reporter for local TV stations. But I think a lot of people interfere. Background: Mitchell joined NBC inserving as, among other things, chief White House correspondent and chief congressional correspondent.
The ultimate Washington insider, she has been married to Alan Greenspan, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, since Supreme Court associate justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg officiated at their wedding. DNA: A relative newbie not only to political journalism but to broadcast journalism, Ruhle hammers home how policy decisions affect the lives of her viewers, often diving into detailed explanations of tax policy or tariffs. Signature moment: On March There was no way I was going to miss that moment.
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Times News Platforms. Times Store. Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options. Company Town. June 6, Focusing on live news coverage, the program consists of guest analysis and interviews around the stories of the day, in addition to feature-like stories, in-depth special reports and forecasts from The Weather Channel.
MSNBC Live is the name of several hours of straight news programming on the network both weekdays and weekendssimilar to what is known as "dayside" programming on other cable news channels.
During the network's pivot back to hard news inthe name returned during daytime hours. The brand is also used during holidays and as fill-in programming when a show ends or is canceled until a new show is ready. The program aired at various times through the years, but most recently aired Saturdays from pm ETand Sundays from pm ET until latewhen the program's anchor, Craig Melvinwas reassigned, seeing the end of the program. On April 21,Kate Snow hosted her final edition of the program.
Snow transitioned away from her anchoring duties on the show toward more long-form reporting and an expansion of her role at NBC Nightly News. On May 8,Steve Kornacki hosted his final edition of the program. Kornacki's 4pm time slot was revamped and given to Nicolle Wallace under the new name Deadline: White House. Those changes are including taking Ali Velshi from weekday 3pm slot to weekend mornings, as well as reshuffling their hosts and adding Alicia Menendez to be a new hosts for the weekend.
For the most part, each block of the program maintains an element of autonomy and different segments depending on who is hosting. For example, Stephanie Ruhle 's edition of the show is formatted similarly to a morning news show, while Hallie Jackson 's edition usually originates from Washington DC, where she is based, or an on-site location of the President's travels. However, all editions of the program focus on, breaking news events notwithstanding, live political news and developments.
This portion of the news is primarily reported through daytime by Washington, D.
On weekends, it airs from 6am to 10am and 2pm to 5pm ET. The running time can be extended, even into the night, if breaking news warrants. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fox News. Retrieved Washington Free Beacon. Retrieved January 18, The New York Times. Retrieved February 2,