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'Ed Schultz' radio show to change format, platform

"This change will give me more flexibility to be on the road for The Ed Show here on MSNBC and do the stories I want to cover,” Schultz said Wednesday.

MSNBC host Ed Schultz announced Wednesday that he is shifting his radio show The Ed Schultz Show to a new format and platform.

The current three-hour weekday radio program will change to a one-hour format, Monday through Friday from noon to 1 p.m. ET, starting May 27, the day after Memorial Day.

Production of the three-hour radio show will end Friday, May 23.

All of the audio/video content of the new ‘Ed Schultz’ format be moved to the website and will be offered for free.

"This change will give me more flexibility to be on the road, to do the kind of shows I want to do here forThe Ed Show here on MSNBC,” Schultz said Wednesday on his daily 5 p.m. ET television program. “And I hope all of you will follow me to my website at”

Commentary and news-maker interviews will be the focus of the new format.

The Ed Show television program hosted by Schultz will continue to air weekdays at 5 p.m. ET on MSNBC.