After three years on the job, MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan is leaving his TV spot. The New York Times reported on Sunday that Ratigan will depart from his cable news role, with the final edition of "The Dylan Ratigan Show" airing on Friday, June 22. “Think of it like ending a Broadway play,” Ratigan told the Times, adding that he is looking to put his words from television into action.
After three years at MSNBC, Dylan Ratigan is leaving the network to pursue opportunities outside the television business. Ratigan, the 4pmET host, will anchor his final show on June 22. In a note to MNSBC staffers this afternoon, Ra... Read Post
In the "Busted" segment at the end of Friday's The Dylan Ratigan Show on MSNBC, host Dylan Ratigan went after the New York Times for "accusing" Connecticut Attorney General and Democratic Senate candidate Richard Blumenthal of disto... Read Post
Brian Stelter at The New York Times reports MSNBC's 4 pm host, Dylan Ratigan, is quitting as of June 22, and his hour will be taken over by Martin Bashir. Staff on the Bashir show will try to create a new 3 pm template. "The channel... Read Post