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Maddow Ignores Anti-Obamacare Ads Paid for by Average Americans and Pro-Obamacare Ads Funded by Pharmaceutical Companies ARLINGTON, Va., Aug.
Progressives Energized, Overwhelmingly Approve of Obama and His Agenda; Jon Stewart Bests Stephen Colbert, Rachel Maddow Over Keith Olbermann WASHINGTON, June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Progressives gathered at this week's "America's Future Now" conference found a lot to like in President Obama's first 100 days, but they are very focused on health care reform as their highest priority, according to a straw poll of participants conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research for the Campaign...
Free App Delivers Video, Photos and Top News Stories for Fast Growing Cable Show NEW YORK, May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Msnbc.com and Zumobi today announced the launch of The Rachel Maddow Show application for the iPhone and iPod touch, offering consumers a new way to enjoy Maddow's smart look at politics, pop culture and current events.
NEW YORK and REDMOND, Wash., Oct. 29, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MSNBC and msnbc.com today unveiled the new website for "The Rachel Maddow Show," available at www.rachel.msnbc.com. The new site gives "The Rachel Maddow Show's" rapidly growing on-air audience an enhanced extension of the brand online.
NEW YORK - MSNBC talk show host Keith Olbermann is getting a new running mate, Rachel Maddow, who will follow Olbermann's "Countdown" with her own prime-time hour starting next month.
Dan Abrams is out and Rachel Maddow is in as show host for the U.S. all-news network MSNBC, which said Tuesday it is shaking up it prime-time line-up. Abrams, a longtime host and one-time general manager of the network, will anchor his last show Thursday.
Because primary season lasted five months instead of five weeks, I spent many nights in front of the TV watching voting results trickle in. That's how I got to know Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow, the number-cruncher and the pundit who were hired not long ago to beef up MSNBC's election coverage.
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