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MSNBC is a progressive cable news channel started by National Broadcasting Company (NBC) and Microsoft (MSN), thus the name MSNBC. It was started in 1996. It is produced by NBC's news division, NBC News. It replaced a channel Roger Ailes operated and founded for NBC called America's Talking. Most of its shows are shows that talk about news and politics, and are hosted by people such as Ed Schultz, Chris Matthews and Rachel Maddow. There have been accusations of a liberal bias on MSNBC.[1][2][3] MSNBC's motto is "Lean Forward", suggesting a progressive political stance.

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