The Rundown with José Diaz-Balart

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The Rundown with José Diaz-Balart
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Genre News
Presented by Chuck Todd (2010–2014)
Savannah Guthrie (2010–2011)
Jose Diaz-Balart (2014–present)
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
Location(s) Washington DC (2010–2014)
Miami, Florida (2014–present)
Running time 60 Minutes (2010–2014)
120 minutes (2014–present)
Original channel MSNBC
Picture format 480i (16:9 letterbox SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release January 11, 2010 – present
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The Rundown with José Diaz-Balart is a political news talk show airing on MSNBC. Hosted by Jose Diaz-Balart, it runs in the 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. timeslot on weekdays.

The show premiered as The Daily Rundown on January 11, 2010, and featured news, interviews, and analysis relating to politics from the MSNBC Washington D.C. Bureau.[1] The show is billed as showcasing the depth and experience of the NBC News Washington bureau. The show primarily focuses on the top political stories of the day.[2]

From launch until June 2011, original host Chuck Todd was joined by then White House correspondent Savannah Guthrie. Guthrie left on June 3, 2011[3] in preparation for her new role as a co-host of NBC's Today.[4] Since her departure, Todd anchored the broadcast alone.[5]

As part of NBC's plan to move Todd to anchor Meet the Press beginning September 7, 2014, Todd handed over his role as anchor for The Daily Rundown.[6] He was replaced by José Diaz-Balart as part of a new and expanded version of the program. The show in its new two-hour format debuted on November 17, 2014, and is now called The Rundown with José Diaz-Balart.[7]



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Preceded by
Morning Joe
MSNBC Weekday Lineup
9:00AM – 10:00AM
Succeeded by
José Díaz-Balart