Has Washington Helped MSNBC Find Its Groove?

From Howie Kurtz’s piece this morning:

    “We’ve found a voice as of late, and a large part of that voice is politics,” says MSNBC General Manager Dan Abrams. And although he doesn’t plan to put on “all politics all the time until 2008,” Abrams says he wants to continue “branding” MSNBC as a haven for political junkies.

    There’s no plan to transform the channel into an extended version of Chris Matthews’s “Hardball,” but MSNBC covered the House leadership shootout between Jack Murtha and Steny Hoyer with presidential-campaign intensity.

More here.