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What do down-the-middle news anchors do when the cable network around them moves predominantly left? We asked MSNBC’s Chris Jansing, who anchors the network’s 10amET “Jansing & Co.” In Part II of our Media Beat interview, Jansing also tells us about her most meaningful assignment: a month spent in Rome in 2005 covering the death of Pope John Paul II and the election of Pope Benedict XVI.
- Monday, Part I: How to Make it in Cable News: “I Keep My Head Down and I Work Hard”
- Wednesday, Part III: From national tragedies to disputed elections to a Papal change, Jansing’s front-row seat to history