The star anchor-reporter arrives at cable MSNBC after a fall from grace and losing a prize job as the face of broadcast giant NBC News.
We’ll see if the public (and some unhappy colleagues) feels the now “former ‘Nightly News’” anchor’s mandated penance is sufficient after admitting to making up stories related to a helicopter mission in Iraq. He returns Monday and is expected on air Tuesday for coverage of Pope Francis’ U.S. visit.
A new “breaking news” set has been built but, beyond that, it’s still unclear to many how he’ll be used, when he’ll be used and how he’ll fit in ultimately. Read more