Say It Ain’t So.. Dylan Ratigan moving to MSNBC….

Jeff Macke, Tim Strazzini, Dylan Ratigan, Guy Adami, and Eric Bolling of CNBC's "Fast Money", preside over the Market Open  Wednesday, January 3, 2007 at NASDAQ's MarketSite in New York City.

Jeff Macke, Tim Strazzini, Dylan Ratigan, Guy Adami, and Eric Bolling of CNBC's "Fast Money", preside over the Market Open Wednesday, January 3, 2007 at NASDAQ's MarketSite in New York City.

UGH What a disappointment! Ugh! All this drama and he is STILL working for NBC Universal?! And at their WORST biggest JOKE lowest rated channel? The frat boy infested Tweety and Obotmann channel? Ugh, well I would cut my damn hand off before I give those POS a second of my time…sorry Dylan but bad bad choice

You know, not for nothing, but Dylan was having moments of sheer Jon Stewartness as in the Stewart Cramer ‘interview’ or ‘lecture from an uninformed comedian with delusions of grandeur’ as I call it..I miss Dylan and this is just sad…I think MSNBC is a home of narcissism and ego, sad to see him use his financial experience to help cheerlead the fascistic interference with private property and the individual…sigh…

I am really disappointed :0(

AP:

NEW YORK (AP) — Former CNBC “Fast Money” host Dylan Ratigan has landed a new daytime program at MSNBC.

Ratigan’s new show will air on the news network from 9 to 11 a.m. Eastern Time. MSNBC had few details about what it will be, other than a mixture of talk and news with a distinct personality.

It marks a continued shift away from actual news programming to more personality-driven shows on cable news networks. Ratigan’s show will start on June 29.

Ratigan’s move was a mild surprise, considering he had quit CNBC five weeks ago.

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May 8, 2009. Tags: , , , , , . Economy, Entertainment, Finance, Politics, Popular Culture, Uncategorized, Wall St. 6 comments.

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