by Michael Imhotep, TheMichaelImhotepShow.com
Tues. Feb. 7th, 2017, 1:10am EST
Michael Imhotep host of The Michael Imhotep Show and founder of The African History Network discussed Tamron Hall leaving The Today Show and her show on MSNBC surrounding the announcement of Megyn Kelly of FOX News moving to NBC to possibly replace Tamron Hall and Al Roker during the last hour of the Today Show. Many people think NBC/MSNBC are also trying to realign themselves to bring over more Right Wing viewers in the era of Donald Trump. In January 2017 we saw Greta Van Susteren leave her show on FOX News and take the 6pm EST timeslot on MSNBC weekdays with “For The Record with Greta”.
As Huffington Post Black Voices reported, “She’d surprised her colleagues by rejecting a multimillion-dollar deal amid the hour’s healthy ratings; according to rumor, she’d found being replaced by Kelly offensive and hurtful.”
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) in a statement last week said they were “saddened” by Hall’s departure and said Kelly’s move to the 9 a.m. hour is “being seen by industry professionals as whitewashing.
In this segment from “The Michael Imhotep Show” host Michael Imhotep also discusses 10 of Megyn Kelly’s most racist moments from Fox News.
Michael Imhotep is a national radio talk show host, researcher, lecturer, writer and founder of The African History Network. He is the host of The Michael Imhotep Show on The Empowerment Radio Network and can be heard Monday-Friday, 4pm-6pm EST on www.TuneIn.com or the TuneIn Radio App and search for “Empowerment Radio Network”. He also hosts The African History Network Show, Sundays, 9pm-11pm EST on 910 AM The Superstation in Detroit. Listen around the world online at www.910AMSuperstation.com or by downloading the 910AM App to your smartphone. Visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com for podcasts of his shows, his upcoming lectures, DVDs and more information about our history.
You can follow him on Twitter @MichaelImhotep and his Facebook FanPage, “The African History Network”. He is available for interviews and lectures. He is a strong advocate of African Americans reclaiming their history, culture and controlling the economics, education and politics in our community. He is featured in the documentaries “Resurrecting Black Wall Street – The Blue Print 2016” and “Black Friday What Legacy Will You Leave” which deals with African Americans controlling our $1.2 Trillion economy and creating generational wealth. He is also featured in the upcoming documentary “Elementary Genocide 3: Academic Holocaust” from director Raheem Shabazz which will be released in late 2016.