Rachel Maddow will be stepping down from her daily show as her new contract with MSNBC has her hosting a weekly program and participating in other projects within NBC Universal.
As a result, MSNBC President Rashida Jones has to figure out what’s next for the network’s lineup once Maddow steps away.
While speaking at The Information’s virtual WTF Summit, Jones touched on how they’re still in the process of figuring things out when it comes to the daily schedule without Maddow.
“There are a lot of things we are figuring out and what Rachel’s portfolio looks like and where it shows up and all of those things,” Jones said. “I don’t really have a concrete answer.”
Furthermore, Jones stated they’re not in a rush to put together a lineup when Maddow steps away from her daily show.
“It’s something we are working through. There’s no immediate rush here,” Jones said.
”Someone said to me today, ‘those who know don’t talk, and those who talk don’t know.’ While we figure out internally and with Rachel and the team how this all works, I expect the speculation to continue; I expect the rumors to continue. This comes with the territory.”
Monica Lewinsky: Cancel Culture Is Very Much About Power
Lewinsky is an executive producer for the documentary “15 Minutes of Shame,” referring to herself as “patient zero” for public shaming.
Monica Lewinsky appeared on The Daily Show Wednesday, where she discussed various topics with host Trevor Noah, one of them being cancel culture.
Lewinsky is an executive producer for the documentary “15 Minutes of Shame,” referring to herself as “patient zero” for public shaming. During her conversation with Noah, she discussed her struggles with moving past her scandal while addressing cancel culture and its wide-reaching effects.
“Are there people in power who should face consequences? Absolutely,” Lewinsky said. “But are there people who are not in positions of power who are facing the same consequence and its ruin their lives in a way that is very different? Yes to that too.”
“15 Minutes of Shame” explores various real-life accounts of non-celebrities who have been canceled or publicly shamed by multiple means. The documentary also studies the history of shaming, which dates back several centuries.
Lewinsky says that in today’s world, public shaming and cancel culture is “very much about power.” Furthermore, she states that cancel culture and the phrase itself “has become a little too broad” for her taste.
Steve Cortes: CNN Is Even Worse Off-Air Than On-Air
Cortes, who now hosts Cortes & Pellegrino, charged CNN provided him with inaccurate show notes to undermine his political analysis.
A former CNN contributor who now works at Newsmax TV said the left-leaning network tried to sabotage his work by providing him fake notes during live coverage of the 2016 presidential election.
According to Breitbart, Steve Cortes, who now hosts Cortes & Pellegrino, charged CNN provided him with inaccurate show notes to undermine his political analysis.
“They are — believe it or not — CNN is even worse off-air than on-air in terms of their commitment to their narrative,” said Cortes. “They truly believe that they’re on a sort of holy war against what they deem as xenophobic nationalistic racism, and that’s really, truly what they believe we represent.”
Cortes, who joined Newsmax in March after serving as a campaign adviser for former President Trump’s failed 2020 reelection campaign.
“They’ve (CNN) convinced themselves that they’re on some noble quest, and because of that, they also think that the ends justify the means, that they can use any tactic — no matter how dishonest, no matter how deceptive — any tactic to try to defang, as they would probably view it, the America First movement,” Cortes added.
News Networks Renting Space in Florida to Cover Laundrie ManHunt
Floridians are taking advantage of the Brian Laundrie manhunt by renting their property to news networks that are covering the story in their neighborhood.
According to the New York Post, some Floridians are taking advantage of the Brian Laundrie manhunt by renting their property to news networks that are covering the story in their neighborhood.
CBS News, Fox News, and ABC News have reportedly rented space at a premium cost. The paper said some residents are charging networks as much as $3,500 a week for reporters to camp out on their property.
Local police have banned the media from parking on the street and causing traffic jams in the North Port, Florida neighborhood.
The search for the 23-year-old Laundrie is centered around North Port, Florida, where investigators said Laundrie returned to his home on Sept. 1 without Gabby Petito but driving her 2012 Ford Transit. Laundrie has been named by police as a “person of interest” in Petito’s disappearance.
Newsweek reports a neighbor was caught on video walking toward two protesters in the area and yelling at them after claiming they had trespassed on his property.