A report on MSNBC and News broadcasting

MSNBC's logo used from 1996 until 2009. The "N" in the logo was changed from red to black in 2002. This variant has occasionally been used after 2006 as an alternative logo in a horizontal form.
MSNBC's studio in NYC
The MSNBC studio
MSNBC logo used from 2009 to 2015.
MSNBC logo used from 2015 to 2021
MSNBC's former New Jersey headquarters studio, now the home of MLB Network
The monitors of the MSNBC newsroom are tuned into various global channels.
MSNBC celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2006.
NBCNews.com's main newsroom in Redmond, Washington, 2007
NBCNews.com's newsroom in New York City, 2007

MSNBC is an American news-based pay television cable channel based in New York City.


Audiences that prefer more serious news have migrated to news-focused stations such as CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC for American examples.

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NBC Nightly News

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Original title card, used from 1970 to 1972.
NBC Nightly News title card, used from 1972 to 1975.
Brinkley provided commentary several times per week in the 1970s.
Brokaw with Vladimir Putin before an interview on June 2, 2000.
Former set of NBC Nightly News, pictured in 2008
NBC Nightly News control room.
Williams in 2011
Lester Holt (pictured in 2012), current anchor of NBC Nightly News
Logo used from June 22, 2015 to late 2020

NBC Nightly News (titled as NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt for its weeknight broadcasts since June 22, 2015) is the flagship daily evening television news program for NBC News, the news division of the NBC television network in the United States.

After months of construction, Studio 3C was re-opened on October 22, 2007, with the introduction of a new set for Nightly News; sister cable network MSNBC's new set in Studio 3A was also inaugurated at that time.

Meet the Press

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Weekly American television news/interview program broadcast on NBC.

Weekly American television news/interview program broadcast on NBC.

Meet the Press set, November 1975. On this broadcast, a sitting American president (Gerald Ford) was, for the first time, a guest on a live television network news program.
Meet the Press logo used from September 10, 1995 to June 8, 2008.
Russert interviews General Peter Pace in 2006.
Meet the Press logo used from May 2, 2010 (introduced under former moderator David Gregory) to November 5, 2017.
Senator Chris Murphy on Meet the Press
U.S. President Barack Obama participates in an interview with Todd in the Cabinet Room of the White House, September 6, 2014.
Whittaker Chambers's very first answer on the August 27, 1948, helped move Meet the Press from radio to television

It was the first live television network news program on which a sitting president of the United States appeared; this occurred on its broadcast on November 9, 1975, which featured Gerald Ford.

Meet the Press is also occasionally pre-empted due to network coverage of sports events held outside the U.S. The program is also rebroadcast on Mondays at 4:00 a.m. Eastern Time on MSNBC, whose audio feed is also simulcast on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio.