Yesterday, MSNBC host Ed Schultz sat on a panel at Al Sharpton’s Annual National Action Network, along with the likes of Liz Benjamin and Jonathan Capehart, to discuss the topic of whether people of color are covered fairly in the media.
Along the way, Mr. Schultz (as seen in the video below, shot by my Read More
On Friday, June 5, talk-radio veteran–turned–MSNBC anchor Ed Schultz spoke at the 2009 New Media Seminar hosted by Talkers magazine. For those of us who missed the speech in person, Talkers has just posted video of Mr. Schultz’s talk on line.
Over the course of his 15-minute speech, Mr. Schultz serves up a Read More
Last night, MSNBC President Phil Griffin officially announced that progressive radio host Ed Schultz would be joining the network and anchoring a new 6 p.m. weekday program, called The Ed Show, premiering Monday, April 6. Danny Shea of the Huffington Post broke the news.
The Observer first reported on Read More
On Monday evening, for the third time in less than a month, progressive radio host Ed Schultz filled in for David Shuster as the host of MSNBC’s 6 p.m. show 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
About 10 minutes into Monday’s telecast, Mr. Schultz reached into his jacket pocket and pulled out a blue credit card. Looking Read More
The Observer has learned that MSNBC president Phil Griffin is in discussions with syndicated talk radio host Ed Schultz about possibly joining the network on a full-time basis. It is unclear what exactly the job would entail should Mr. Schultz and MSNBC come to an agreement.
On March 10, Mr. Schultz, who bills himself Read More
On the morning of Monday, March 9th, liberal talk radio host Ed Schultz, who bills himself as the “most listened-to progressive radio talk show host in America,” announced on his Web site that he would be guest-hosting MSNBC’s 6 p.m. show 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue the following evening.
Word of the announcement promptly touched Read More