Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Miller gets the nod next week on MSNBC

Since ditching Don Imus a few weeks back, MSNBC has gone with a carousel of radio talk show hosts in the morning slot. This past week it was Philadelphia's Michael Smerconish, and next week, Stephanie Miller takes the hotseat.

She will be on MSNBC Monday through Wednesday of next week, and reports that "the network is hoping to build Stephanie into a major face of the network."

Of course, this will be temporary, and Miller does not have the gig permanently with the network. MSNBC will air various shows in the morning slot in coming weeks, with Tony Kornheiser rumored as a future fill-in. The plan is to do her nationally syndicated radio show earlier for the MSNBC audience, then air it on delay for radio several hours later.

There is nor word on whether there is some sort of restraining order keeping her away from Keith Olbermann.


will_in_chicago said...

Chris Lavoie, executive producer of the Stephanie Miller Show, announced this last night on yesterday's Daily Blog on Air America Place:

His message was:

Hey everyone!

For those of you who are up late and blogging away, I wanted to let everyone know that Steph and the mooks are gonna be on MSNBC on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in the old Imus slot. Woo hoo! You are going to be able to see us do the radio show from Imus' old studios at MSNBC! More details on the radio tomorrow, but I wanted to let you all know here first.


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