Press Releases: 09/06/11

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PROGRAM NOTE: MSNBC’S “HARDBALL WITH CHRIS MATTHEWS” TO BROADCAST GOP DEBATE SPECIAL LIVE FROM REAGAN LIBRARY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

NEW YORK – September 6, 2011 – In anticipation of tomorrow’s GOP presidential debate airing live on MSNBC, “Hardball with Chris Matthews” will broadcast from the site of the debate at Reagan Library, Tuesday, September 6 and Wednesday, September 7. Along with special broadcasts of “Hardball,” live analysis following the conclusion of the debate will be led by MSNBC’s primetime anchors including Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, Ed Schultz, Lawrence O’Donnell and Rev. Al Sharpton. A schedule with guests and times for each broadcast, along with media usage guidelines are listed below.

Tuesday September 6, 2011: 5:00pm ET/2:00pm PT: MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” – Live from Reagan Library -– scheduled guests include:

Michael Steele, MSNBC Political Analyst/Former RNC Chair
John Harris, Editor in Chief, Politico
Jonathan Alter, Bloomberg
Mark Halperin, MSNBC Political Analyst/Time Magazine
John Heilemann, National Affairs Editor, New York Magazine
David Corn, MSNBC Political Analyst
Michelle Bernard, MSNBC Political Analyst
Pat Buchanan, MSNBC Political Analyst

MSNBC GOP Presidential Debate Schedule: Wednesday September 7, 2011

5:00pm ET/2:00pm PT: MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” – Live from Reagan Library – scheduled guests include:

Peggy Noonan, Former Reagan Speechwriter/The Wall Street Journal
Michael Steele , MSNBC Political Analyst/Former RNC Chair
Howard Fineman, MSNBC Political Analyst/The Huffington Post
Mark Halperin, MSNBC Political Analyst/Time Magazine
Wayne Slater, Senior Political Writer, Dallas Morning News
Jeff Zeleny, National Political Correspondent, New York Times
Jonathan Martin, Senior Political Writer, Politico
Joan Walsh, Editor at Large, Salon
Mark McKinnon, DailyBeast.com Contributor/Co-founder of “No Labels”
Bob Shrum, Democrat Strategist
John Heilemann, National Affairs Editor, New York Magazine
David Corn, MSNBC Political Analyst

7:00pm ET/4:00pm PT: MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” – Live from Reagan Library – scheduled guests include:

Peggy Noonan, Former Reagan Speechwriter/The Wall Street Journal
Michael Steele, MSNBC Political Analyst/Former RNC Chair
Jim VandeHei, Exec. Editor, Politico
Howard Fineman, MSNBC Political Analyst/The Huffington Post
Mark Halperin, MSNBC Political Analyst/Time Magazine
Wayne Slater, Senior Pol. Writer, Dallas Morning News
Jeff Zeleny, National Political Correspondent, New York Times
Joan Walsh, Editor at Large, Salon
Mark McKinnon, DailyBeast.com Contributor/Co-founder of “No Labels”
Bob Shrum, Democrat Strategist
Steve Schmidt, Republican Strategist
David Corn, MSNBC Political Analyst
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Mayor of Los Angeles/Obama Camp. Surrogate

8:00-9:45pm ET/5:00-6:45 pm PT: GOP Presidential Candidates Debate Live on MSNBC

9:45-12:00am ET/5:45pm-9:00pm PT: Post-Debate Analysis with MSNBC’s Primetime Anchors– scheduled guests include:

Alex Wagner, MSNBC Analyst/Huffington Post
Eugene Robinson, Washington Post
Melissa Harris-Perry, The Nation
Michael Eric Dyson, MSNBC Political Analyst
Steve Schmidt, Republican Strategist
Mark McKinnon, DailyBeast.com Contributor/Co-founder of “No Labels”
David Axelrod, Obama Camp. Surrogate
Robert Gibbs, Obama Camp. Surrogate

12:00am – 1:45am ET/9:00PM PT: MSNBC to re-air GOP Presidential Candidates Debate

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8 Responses to “Press Releases: 09/06/11”

  1. “Along with special broadcasts of “Hardball,” live analysis following the conclusion of the debate will be led by MSNBC’s primetime anchors including Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, Ed Schultz, Lawrence O’Donnell and Rev. Al Sharpton….”

    God help us!

    We know there will be no “thrills” up anyone’s leg after each GOPer speaks; if anything, the aforementioned libs will try to outdo each other when it comes to bashing the Republicans.

    Comrades, you may feel inclined to watch this analysis for some reason, but remember, “resist we much!”.

  2. Missy, my dear, why wouldn’t I, a liberal, want to hear analysis from a liberal POV? That’s kinda the whole point of having a liberal-opinion outlet on cable news. But I suppose there won’t be any conservatives analyzing it for FNC, right?

  3. Testing. Is it ICN, or is it me?

  4. ^ It’s you, of course.

  5. Is there an emoticon for “Bite me”?

  6. Nah, better not.

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