MSNBC is expanding its online video reach with “Shift.” The digital news hub will feature a slate of original programming plus a loop of MSNBC programs. The new shows will cover a wide variety of topics, from politics to pop culture.
If you want to catch the new shows — which include “Reporters Notebook,” hosted by MSNBC’s Beth Fouhy and “Three Cents,” hosted by the New York Times’ Josh Barro — you’ll have to tune in Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4 pm.
Phil Griffin, MSNBC’s president, told Variety that Shift is “a way to innovate, do things differently and find out what works. I don’t want to call it a farm system. It’s a place where we get to experiment, and I guarantee you, stuff is going to pop.”
Below is the full list of Shift’s original programs.
- “The Briefing,” hosted by Luke Russert
- “Code Forward,” partnership with Re/Code
- “Changing America,” hosted by Maria Teresa Kumar
- “Greenhouse,” hosted by Tony Dokoupil
- “Left Field,” no host yet
- (Untitled book program), hosted by Richard Wolffe
- “Krystal Clear,” hosted by Krystal Ball
- “Nerding Out,” hosted by Dorian Warren
- “Out There,” hosted by Thomas Roberts
- “Roadmap,” hosted by Ayman Mohyeldin
- “So Popular!” hosted by Janet Mock
- “Reporters Notebook,” hosted by Fouhy
- “Three Cents,” hosted by Barro