What does MSNBC stand for?
MSNBC comprises both MSNBC TV and MSNBC on the Internet. The MSNBC concept means that both television viewers and personal-computer users will benefit from a service that offers truly integrated television and interactive news and the kind of dynamic discussion of topical events often found only on talk radio. Click here for more information.
When does my show air?
Click here to get our program schedule.
I want MSNBC but I can’t get in on my TV. How do I get it?
Write us and tell us where you are so we can contact a cable operator near you. Click here.
Do you provide closed captioning?
MSNBC provides closed captioning during the following hours: Mon-Fri, 6am-1am; Sat, 7am-9pm; and Sun, 7am-10pm, all times in E.T. This is similar to the hours with closed captioning on the other cable news channels.
Do you offer/sell transcripts/videos?
While MSNBC does not offer or sell video copies of MSNBC programs, MSNBC does offer transcripts for certain programs. Click here to find the show.
How do I get information on a specific show/story?
All of our shows have show pages. Click below to find information on your favorite show:
MSNBC Live (Daytime)
The Ed Show
The Rachel Maddow Show
All In with Chris Hayes
The Last Word
Up w/ Steve Kornacki
The Melissa Harris-Perry Show
Disrupt with Karen Finney
How can I contact my favorite MSNBC anchor/host?
Below are email addresses:
Can I intern at MSNBC?
Are you a News Junkie? Do you need a daily fix of Politics and Current Events? Then why not intern with NBC News on Cable 24/7, MSNBC? As an intern with MSNBC you’ll have the unique opportunity to be a real part of a cable news network. You’ll also gain the kind of experience that great careers are built on, giving you the edge in a competitive industry. Click here to learn more.