Ed Schultz of MSNBC is seen in an udated photo provided by MSNBC. Schultz is losing his prime-time show on MSNBC. The cable network says Schultz is being moved to the weekends, to host two-hour shows Saturday and Sunday at 5 p.m. EDT. Schultz will be replaced weeknights by Chris Hayes, whose talk show, "Up," has been a weekend morning mainstay on the MSNBC schedule since 2011. It begins April 1. (AP Photo/MSNBC) Copyright 2010, The Associated Press
MSNBC removing Schultz from prime time
NEW YORK (AP) — Heartland liberal Ed Schultz is losing his prime-time show on MSNBC.
The cable network says Schultz is being moved to the weekends, to host two-hour shows Saturday and Sunday at 5 p.m. EDT. Union advocate Schultz, whose nightly show preceded Rachel Maddow, has increasingly seemed out of place in MSNBC's bookishly liberal lineup.
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