MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle has been named senior business correspondent for the network — and with that will come an expanded presence across the network’s platforms and brands.
- For now, Ruhle is still set to anchor the 9 a.m. easter hour of “MSNBC Live,” but that could be up in the air as she expands her contributions across “NBC Nightly News,” “Today” and other MSNBC hours.
- Ruhle reportedly inked a deal in late 2019 that calls for her to appear on NBC’s on air and digital platforms more.
- She also anchored a 1 p.m. block with Ali Velshi, who is set to move to weekends while also filling in during the week.
- Ruhle could find herself focusing more on her broader business correspondent duties if NBC moves forward with a purported plan to move “MTP Daily” to 9 a.m.