Joy-Ann Reid To Finally Get Her Own Show On MSNBC
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Joy-Ann Reid To Finally Get Her Own Show On MSNBC

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Well I guess they couldn’t ignore her any longer.

MSNBC

has

announced that Joy-Ann Reid will be

finally, at long last, hosting her own daily afternoon show on the network, starting Feb 24th.

Reid, who also announced the news on her own Twitter page, will be taking over the 2PM (1 PM central) slot, which is currently held by Tamron Hall’s News Nation program. Hall

and her show will be moved to the 11AM

(10AM Central) slot to take over the previously held news program hosted by

Thomas Roberts.

A few weeks ago, Roberts took over hosting MSNBC’s early

morning Way Too Early news program.

Meanwhile, as expected, Ronan Farrow will get his own show at 1PM (12 Noon Central), also starting on Feb. 24th.

MSNBC’s president Phil

Griffith who has, of late, been in hot water for some really

muddle-headed decisions for the network – such as Alec Baldwin’s talk show debacle, and the recent controversy over Martin Bashir which eventually lead to

his resignation from the network – said about Ronan and Reid, that they “… are

two of the most thoughtful and impressive journalists out there and I’m excited

for what they will bring to the afternoon.

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