Joe ScarboroughJoe Scarborough served as a member of Congress from 1994 - 2001 and was named by President Bush to the President's Council on the 21st Century Workforce. Scarborough was the publisher and editor of The Florida Sun before taking on the MSNBC primetime show Scarborough Country.
Rachel MaddowAfter gaining prominence as a host on Air America Radio, Rachel Maddow became a political analyst and guest hosted for MSNBC before getting her own show – named one of the best shows of the decade by the Washington Post in 2009. Maddow has a political science doctorate from Oxford University.
Chris MatthewsAs a distinguished broadcast and print journalist, Chris Matthews covered events such as the fall of the Berlin Wall and every American presidential election campaign since the 1980s. Matthews received the David Brinkley Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism and is a best selling author.
Mika BrzezinskiMika Brzezinski co-hosts Morning Joe and the syndicated radio show The Joe Scarborough Show. The daughter of former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, Mika's memoir, All Things At Once, was a New York Times bestseller. Prior to MSNBC, Brzezinski anchored and reported for CBS News.
Willie Geist started at MSNBC as senior producer of The Situation with Tucker Carlson. During the show's development, producers decided Geist's banter with Carlson ought to be televised. Along with contributing to other shows, Geist co-hosts Morning Joe.
Tamron HallTamron Hall is a correspondent for NBC News, The Today Show and Weekend Today. Prior to joining NBC, Hall spent 10 years at WFLD in Chicago where she interviewed Sen. Barack Obama shortly before he announced his run for the presidency and was nominated for an Emmy for her consumer report segment.
Andrea MitchellNBC Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell has covered five presidents and interviewed such political figures as Fidel Castro. Mitchell was formerly NBC Chief Congressional Correspondent, political analyst on Today and a Meet The Press panelist and substitute host.
Dylan RatiganMSNBC journalist and TV host Dylan Ratigan's anchoring credits include MSNBC's Morning Meeting, CNBC's Fast Money and Closing Bell. Ratigan served as a Global Managing Editor at Bloomberg News and has written articles for The New York Times, Washington Post and other major publications.
Alex WagnerMost recently, Wagner was an MSNBC analyst and has been a frequent network guest since 2010. Wagner was a reporter with Huffington Post, where she covered innovation in the American economy, investigating the intersection of business, politics and new technology. Prior to this, she served as the White House correspondent for Politics Daily, where she chronicled a number of international and domestic affairs ranging from the BP oil spill to the Egyptian revolution.