MSNBC anchor Greta Van Susteren announced in a tweet
that she is withdrawal a network after usually 6 months.
“I am out during MSNBC,” she wrote.
Van Susteren’s new show premiered in January, several months
after she was taken off a atmosphere during Fox, where she had worked for
over a decade, amid
a formidable agreement renegotiation.
Chief authorised match Ari Melber, who has played a series of
opposite roles during a network over a past several years, will
reinstate Van Susteren permanently.
MSNBC President Phil Griffin informed staff about a change
in a memo Thursday afternoon.
“MSNBC and Greta Van Susteren have motionless to partial ways,” Griffin
wrote. “Greta is a well-regarded radio maestro and one of
usually a few broadcasters who can contend they’ve hosted shows during all
3 vital wire news networks. We are beholden to her and wish
her a best.
“I’m also gratified to share that Ari Melber, MSNBC’s Chief Legal
Correspondent and horde of a ‘The Point’ on weekends will become
a permanent horde of a 6pm hour subsequent month. Ari is a frequent
participation on TODAY and opposite several MSNBC shows and will
continue those appearances as he takes on his new duties.”
While wire programs mostly take years to usually grow ratings,
Van Susteren’s uncover during 6 p.m. was one of the
lower-rated shows on wire news in her time slot.
In a second entertain of this year, she trailed both Bret
Baier’s “Special Report” on Fox and Wolf Blitzer’s “Situation
Room” on CNN in altogether viewers and in advertisers’ coveted
demographic of viewers between 25-54 years-old.