During a session at the SXSW conference today on the future of TV, MSNBC.com's executive editor Richard Wolffe interviewed the network's on-air anchor Thomas Roberts about a range of topics including the “nasty shit” that people write to him on the Internet. MSNBC, of course, is a product of the larger NBC-Universal operation of Comcast [...]
The South by Southwest film and music conference starts today and various TV newsers will be there. MSNBC’s Alex Wagner will be a on a panel today, with “Way Too Early” host Thomas Roberts and MSNBC.com executive editor Richard Wolffe...Show More Summary
MSNBC certainly knows how to make queer news more palatable for a mass audience. The network has enlisted its handsome and out anchor Thomas Roberts to host a new segment on its “Way Too Early” program in which he counts down the week’s top LGBT news stories. Roberts opines on Jan Brewer’s veto of Arizona’s antigay bill, early marriage […]
MSNBC's Thomas Roberts has launched a new web-only segment for his "Way Too Early" show which counts down the week's biggest LGBT stories. Check out the first installment, AFTER THE JUMP...
Thomas Roberts interviews Sarah Kate Ellis, the new head of GLAAD. Ellis reflects that her job is very personal and she also says that GLAAD itself is "an organization about cultural change so it is a very personal organization." Watch...
Sarah Kate Ellis outlined the organization's goals and challenges in an interview with Thomas Roberts on Morning Joe. Featured Image: read more
MSNBC's Morning Joe this morning took up the story of Michael Sam's coming out and whether a gay player will be accepted in the NFL. Said Thomas Roberts: "If the league can overlook alleged murderers, wife beaters, and people who...
Over the weekend, University of Missouri lineman Michael Sam came out, stirring up the debate about the NFL's treatment of gay people. On Morning Joe Monday, Thomas Roberts put things in perspective by saying the NFL has already overlooked people accused of murder and beating their wives, so what's one "nice, clean-cut gay guy" going to hurt?
Football and TV news personalities alike have been responding to the first potentially gay NFL player after Missouri lineman Michael Sam came out on Sunday in interviews with The New York Times and ESPN. Sam’s interview with the Times...Show More Summary
In which I brave the New York City snowstorm to discuss the new mayor's shoveling technique...
In which I speak the inconvenient truth about the House Speaker....
On MSNBC's Thomas Roberts, I break down the latest Supreme Court developments regarding reproductive freedom....
It’s commonly understood that the better you do in business, the more taxes you’ll pay. As Scottish whiskey distiller, Thomas Robert Dewar, said: “Nothing hurts more than having to pay an income tax, unless it is not having to pay an income tax.” But in view of new tax rules and other factors, there may... Show More Summary
PerkinElmer (PKI) Q4 2013 Earnings Call January 30, 2014 5:00 pm ET Executives Tommy Thomas Robert F. Friel - Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President and Member of Finance Committee Frank A. Wilson - Chief Financial Officer andShow More Summary
Federated Investors (FII) Q4 2013 Earnings Call January 24, 2014 9:00 am ET Executives Ray Hanley - Analyst John Christopher Donahue - Chief Executive Officer, President and Director Thomas Robert Donahue - Chief Financial Officer, Vice President, Treasurer and President of Fii Holdings Inc Analysts Michael S. Show More Summary
Roe v. Wade was horribly decided, as even some prominent supporters of abortion rights will agree. But for now, it remains the law of the land. And it establishes a constitutional right to abortion. Amazingly, Thomas Roberts appearsShow More Summary
Thomas Roberts debuted as the new host of “Way Too Early” this morning energized. “And we are ready for this everybody!” Roberts said. “I am your new club president for news loving insomniacs and early birds.” He went on to cover the...Show More Summary
Up with Steve Kornacki Former NFL player Wade Davis, NBC Sports’ Anita Marks, former WNBA star Sue Wicks, and MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts join Up to discuss whether or not there’s a double standard between men and women when it comes to sexual orientation in the sports world.
The production team of MSNBC Live compiled a highlight reel of anchor Thomas Roberts, who will transition to host of MSNBC's Way Too Early show next week. read more
He will begin his new role on January 13.