An off-hand reference to music mashup artist Girl Talk from MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Tuesday night somehow turned into a scathing article on conservative media watchdog site Newsbusters, all because writer Mark Finklestein was unfamiliar with such classics as this combination of Jay Z and Electric Light Orchestra.
Mark Finkelstein confuses a band with a sexist remark
Mark Finkelstein, a NewsBusters editor dedicated to "COMBATING LIBERAL MEDIA BIAS" who "spent ten days in Iraq" once, has a scoop: MSNBC host Chris Hayes was really sexist on the air last night. Which is true, if you don't know who Girl Talk is. Mark Finkelstein does not know who Girl Talk is. Read more...
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I’m interrupting my series on US Government Real Fiscal Responsibility since the Carter Administration to write about something Chris Hayes said relating to Real Fiscal Responsibility. Back in February of 2014, he tweeted: "If you can run a deficit to go to war, you can run a deficit to take care of veterans."
The network has put into development the multi-camera comedy Hospitality with Chris Moynihan (Man Up), Sean Hayes (Sean Saves the World) and Todd Milliner, all of whom will executive produce. Live from New York, it?s?Hospitality. Click To Continue Reading
NBC's latest bright idea to combat modern technology is to go old school. The network is teaming up with frequent collaborator Sean Hayes and actor/writer Chris Moynihan for a new sitcom that would air live each week, Deadlinereports. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Sean Hayes Christopher Moynihan
With just 75K viewers in the 25-54 demo Wednesday night, MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes was the lowest rated cable news show in primetime. During his 8 p.m. time slot, The O’Reilly Factor on Fox News had 7 times as many viewers in the demo with 529K, while CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 and HLN's Nancy Grace each doubled Chris Hayes with 151K and 150K, respectively.
The day before he pounded the pavement in Durham, North Carolina, to cover fast-food employees protesting for a $15/hour "living wage" and the right to unionize, MSNBC.com writer and All In w/Chris Hayes reporter Ned Resnikoff posted a tweet wishing for the services of an unpaid intern. "Seeking an unpaid intern to generate #content. Show More Summary
Chris Hayes, “All In”: “The Duck Dynasty patriarch offers his advice on dealing with ISIS: convert or kill them” “Partial Transcript from Hannity: HANNITY: Welcome back to HANNITY. New video surfaced earlier…
Casual Pepper Spray Guy has met his match, in the form of the dude from MSNBC’s Gaza conflict B-roll, which played over Chris Hayes’ brief commentary on the newest ceasefire in the most recent Israel-Palestine flareup. While everyone else in this clip is hitting the deck behind a concrete shack, watch what Casual B-Roll Dude, [...]
MSNBC's Chris Hayes asked big government-hating conservatives tonight when they plan on speaking out against the "petty tyranny" in Ferguson.
HOUSTON, Texas -- A police officer in St. Louis, Missouri reportedly shot and killed a knife-wielding thief on Tuesday afternoon. Almost immediately following the incident, MSNBC attempted to use it to stir controversy. The shootingShow More Summary
During a live 11pmET edition of “All In” from Ferguson, MO last night, protestors threw rocks at Chris Hayes. Two rocks were hurled at Hayes, one deflected by Craig Melvin who was reporting alongside his MSNBC colleague. “Tell the true story,” one protestor shouted. Show More Summary
Ferguson, Missouri erupted into chaos again Monday night as police clashed with protesters, firing tear gas into the crowd.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes and Craig Melvin had to dodge rocks thrown at them by protesters during their live coverage of the events in Ferguson, MO. The protesters also voiced their dissatisfaction with the media coverage of the protest, with one declaring it a “Civil Rights Movement.” Both Hayes and Melvin appeared to be uninjured. Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
MSNBC's Chris Hayes was reporting live from Ferguson, Missouri Monday night when protesters began throwing rocks at him. It appeared that he was hit at least once before his colleague Craig Melvin stepped in and helped block him from the unexpected onslaught.
Protesters in Ferguson began throwing rocks at Chris Hayes Monday night during a live MSNBC broadcast, demanding he "tell the true story." Read more...
Ferguson Erupted Again on Monday Night– Once the sun went down – The protests erupted Armored police vehicles were brought in tonight… Loud sirens are going off and there are reports of molotov cocktails being thrown. Chris Hayes from FOX … Continue reading ?