Sunday, February 12, 2012

Phil griffin msnbc

  • In an interview with the Tampa Bay Times, MSNBC president Phil Griffin had some rather blunt words to describe his method for creating new shows and developing new talent.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • The announcement was made by MSNBC President Phil Griffin. Chris Hayes will continue to lead off MSNBC's weekend programming with his popular roundtable program 'Up,' which will begin airing from 8-10am ET on both Saturdays and Sundays.
  • (Broadway World)
  • A panel on Friday at Villanova University that included Beane, CEO Jeffrey Moorad and senior vice president of baseball operations Omar Minaya of the San Diego Padres, and MSNBC president Phil Griffin discussed Moneyballs Impact on Business and Sports.
  • (NBC Sports)
  • Q: I havent seen Pat Buchanan, a regular on MSNBC, for some time.
  • (Idaho Statesman)
  • Joining Beane on the star-studded panel was MSNBC president Phil Griffin; San Diego Padres vice chairman and CEO Jeff Moorad (a 1981 Villanova Law School grad); and San Diego senior vice president of baseball operations Omar Minaya.
  • (Main Line Media News)
  • t think it should be part of the national dialogue much less part of the dialogue on MSNBC," said MSNBC President Phil Griffin.
  • (Town Hall)
  • MSNBC scored another victory with its ratings for Tuesday's State of the Union address. For the first time in its history, the Phil Griffin-helmed network beat CNN in total viewers for the presidential address, drawing 2.82 million viewers to CNN's 2.67 million.
  • (TheWrap)
  • Also on the list of attendees is former New York Mets general manager and current Padres senior vice president Omar Minaya, MSNBC president Phil Griffin, and former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell.
  • (Philadelphia Daily News)
  • Q: I haven't seen Pat Buchanan, a regular on MSNBC, for some time.
  • (Hamilton Spectator)
  • On Friday, a panel at Villanova University, including Beane, CEO Jeffrey Moorad and senior vice president of baseball operations Omar Minaya of the San Diego Padres, and MSNBC president Phil Griffin discussed Moneyballs Impact on Business and Sports.
  • (YAHOO!)

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