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Dylan Ratigan's Dreams Of Late Show Shattered

Instead he'll be getting a 9-11 morning spot starting June 29 on MSNBC. Which means he's keeping in the GE family, but will be in direct competition with Squawk Box's Erin Burnett and Mark Haines. Who will show us their tits first in the name of ratings (or just good will)? Stay tuned. Passive aggressive statement from D-rat: "While I look forward to broadening my scope in covering the multitude of issues facing our country today, what draws me to MSNBC is that they have offered me a 2-hour forum to discuss any and all political issues with no directive other than to provide compelling content. Which apparently now I actually have to do."
Earlier: Late Night With Dylan Ratigan
Dylan Ratigan Stays with NBC, Will Join MSNBC [mediabistro]