NEW YORK (AP) — The next book from MSNBC anchor and NBC News correspondent Katy Tur will combine the personal and the professional. Tur has a deal with One Signal Publishers/Atria Books for the memoir “Rough Draft: Motherhood & Media in a World Gone Mad,” in which she will open up about everything from childhood […]
Five female anchors now deliver most of the daytime news programming at MSNBC: Nicolle Wallace, Andrea Mitchell, Hallie Jackson, Stephanie Ruhle and Katy Tur.
Katy Tur’s new memoir Unbelievable is her insider’s account of the Trump campaign from her unique vantage as one of the president’s favorite targets. Jill Abramson’s review lauds a story “that couldn’t be more timely” as Trump ratchets up his attacks on the media.
The NBC correspondent’s rise at the network mirrored that of the presidential candidate she covered and occasionally battled with. If ratings are any indication, she’s a hit. All cable news networks are scoring big gains across the board since Mr. Trump’s inauguration. Her 2 p.m. hour has jumped 69% in total viewers since 2016, according to recent Nielsen ratings provided by MSNBC.
Candidate Donald Trump’s attacks on Megyn Kelly may have had a higher profile, but few reporters took as much flak from the future president as NBC News reporter Katy Tur. His public lashings on Twitter and at rallies seemed to become obsessive. “The hotter the temperature, the cooler I am,” she says.
Donald Trump once again singled out NBC News journalist Katy Tur by name during a rally on Wednesday, reigniting concerns about reporters’ safety at Trump rallies.