Hockenberry (TV series)
Hockenberry is an American television talk-show style current affairs program that aired on MSNBC in 1998 and 1999. It was hosted by and named after journalist John Hockenberry and aired each weeknight.
Hockenberry was created as a replacement for The Big Show when host Keith Olbermann departed. The show was canceled in July 1999 after six months. The time slot was filled by Hardball with Chris Matthews.
- Millman, Joyce (December 7, 1998). Blue Glow. Salon.com
- Starr, Michael (November 17, 1998). TV Ticker. New York Post
- Associated Press (November 17, 1998). MSNBC names new show host. The Albany Herald
- Kurtz, Howard (July 8, 1999). MSNBC Drops 'Hockenberry' Talk Show; Award-Winning Journalist to Return to 'Dateline NBC' Full Time After Only Six Months. Washington Post
- Huff, Richard (July 8, 1999). MSNBC to close 'Hockenberry.' New York Daily News
- Staff report (July 12, 1999). Business digest. New York Times
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