Martin Bashir's long-delayed MSNBC show is finally getting a start date: February 28th.
The show, which will air at 3 PM, was announced back in July of last year. But it was not given a starting time until Friday, when MSNBC sent a staff memo announcing the news.
As a result, Thomas Roberts, who has been filling in at 3 for MSNBC, will move to 11 AM. "Jansing & Co.," which was a two hour show, will now be scaled back to one hour at 10 AM.
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