The Dylan Ratigan Show
|The Dylan Ratigan Show|
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|Presented by||Dylan Ratigan|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Production location(s)||New York City|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)
|Original release||June 29, 2009 - December 2009 (as Morning Meeting with Dylan Ratigan)
January 11, 2010 – June 22, 2012 (MSNBC)
|Preceded by||MSNBC Live|
The Dylan Ratigan Show was an American television program on MSNBC hosted by Dylan Ratigan, formerly of sister CNBC's Fast Money. It aired weekdays from 4pm to 5pm Eastern Time. The show was previously known as Morning Meeting with Dylan Ratigan and aired from 9am to 11am weekday mornings. It initially launched on June 29, 2009 as part of sweeping changes to MSNBC's daytime weekday programs along with a revamp of the channel's graphics and its launch in high definition.
In December 2009, the show was cut by one hour and later relaunched under the current branding on January 11, 2010 with a new graphics package and set design. The change was made in order to make room for The Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd and Savannah Guthrie at 9am, as part of MSNBC's commitment to straight news programming during the day. The show focuses on debate and discussion relating to politics and the economy. He also focuses on financial/business issues. Ratigan often offers commentary on the subject matter and rebuttal to many of the guests who appear on the show.
On December 6, 2010, The Dylan Ratigan Show announced a partnership with Nucor Steel "to create an innovative road show titled "Steel on Wheels," aiming to bring forth solutions to the most pressing problems facing the American people. The "Steel on Wheels" tour will focus on four major themes: The Spirit Of America, Innovation, The Building Of Our Nation, and The Future Of America’s New Generations."
Matt Miller was the primary fill-in host for Ratigan on the program.
- (December 14, 2009) "New lineup for msnbc dayside in 2010", MSNBC.com. Retrieved January 9, 2010.
- Guthrie, Marisa (June 28, 2009) "MSNBC Aims to Raise Profile with HD", Broadcastingcable. com.
- Ratigan, Dylan. "Steel on Wheels Announcement". MSNBC Press Release.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Stelter, Brian (June 10, 2012). "Dylan Ratigan Leaving MSNBC". The Washington Post. Retrieved June 21, 2012.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
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