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NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — I don’t think we have seen the last of Dylan Ratigan as a public figure.
Ratigan says he is leaving his show at MSNBC for points unknown.
For now, that is, I counter.
Will he find a new gig on TV — or perhaps try his hand in politics? Right now, it’s anybody’s guess.
Ratigan has hosted a show on MSNBC (US:CMCSA), beginning at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time, for the past three years. He wants to try to make a difference in society. Doesn’t that sort of sound like a budding politician?
Ratigan told the New York Times: “Once you’ve said your piece, you can either keep saying it — and then it’s a job, good job, pays well, everybody knows your name, it’s great — OR you can decide what you’re going to do about it. And the answer is, I don’t know, in order to figure it out, I have to dismount.”
Do you believe him? Can Ratigan actually say farewell to a life on TV?
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