MSNBC’s Joy Reid Addresses Debate Over Muslim Comments, But Critics Remain

MSNBC’s Joy Reid Facing Revived Defamation Lawsuit

Joy Reid Says She Wants Different Perspectives

When Joy Reid debuts her new MSNBC show, The ReidOut, on July 20, she will become the only black woman to host a daily primetime cable news program, a designation that takes on particular significance amid the industry-wide reckoning spawned by the killing of George Floyd and the nationwide protests that followed.

Joy Reid Takes Nightly Anchor Slot At MSNBC

She becomes one of the few Black women to anchor a major American evening news program. The move was made by new leadership at NBC News, which runs the liberal-leaning cable network.


MSNBC’s Reid Expected To Fill Matthews Spot

The current host of the weekend AM Joy is expected to host a 7 p.m. daily news and opinion program, people familiar with the matter say, filling the vacancy created at the cable news channel when Chris Matthews resigned abruptly in March.

How MSNBC’s Joy Reid Became Resistance Hero

MSNBC’s Reid Apologizes For Anti-Gay Articles