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Forum staff reports , Published August 19 2013

Schultz’s ‘Ed Show’ moves back to weekdays

FARGO – Political pundit Ed Schultz and his “Ed Show” are moving to a 4 p.m. (CST) slot on MSNBC starting Aug. 26, the network announced Monday.

Since April, the show has been featured late in the afternoons on Saturdays and Sundays. Before that he was on prime time at 7 p.m. At the time, Schultz says it was his idea to move his show.

Schultz, a former Fargo resident, got his start as a sports broadcaster on local TV. He moved to talk radio in the mid-1990s and took his radio show nationwide in 2004. He joined MSNBC in 2009, and became a primetime fixture in 2011.