Phil Griffin

“Sometimes you just get one wrong — and that’s what happened here," MSNBC President Phil Griffin said.
Staffers are unclear on the network's strategy as management experiments with new formats and hosts.
I'm about to shock you, so be prepared. I'm going to defend a more-hated entity than Congress. I'm going to defend the media, the universally agreed-upon Dr. Frankenstein in the creation of Donald Trump.
Dafna Linzer's new position will operate across both networks.
"Andy’s experience and familiarity with our company and specifically the news division will be critical to our growth and
When President Obama was reelected in 2012, MSNBC was “leaning forward” and smiling wide as Obama 2.0 propelled it to record
Read Griffin's full memo below: "We’re going to keep opening up our aperture, while investing in original reporting on the
SAN ANTONIO -- The president of MSNBC pledged on Friday to meet continually with Hispanic experts to improve diversity on
I believe that it will take a lot of news intelligence and creativity to turn CNN around. Cutting costs and firing guys will not do it.
If MSNBC cared about not presenting liberals as sniveling cowards, they would never go through these debasing apologies one after another. But they don't care about that because the guy who runs the network doesn't give a damn about how progressives look, because he isn't one of them.
The tweet last night was outrageous and unacceptable. We immediately acknowledged that it was offensive and wrong, apologized
The network's recent troubles started in November when Baldwin allegedly directed an anti-gay slur at a photographer. Baldwin
NEW YORK –- MSNBC's growing up, and at age 17, is getting the keys to its own website. In the short-term, Griffin suggested
Alec Baldwin is never one to shy away from his emotions, but apparently MSNBC would like him to share them a little less
"Let’s not be so myopic as to think the whole world has changed," he said. In a Monday interview with the New York Times
After the Senate failed to pass a proposal for expanded background checks, Obama held a late-afternoon press conference to
Rumors surfaced that Zucker had his eye on MSNBC's Tamron Hall, the hard news anchor who hosts "News Nation" in the middle