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|Andrea Mitchell Reports|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||Unknown|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original release||2000 –|
Andrea Mitchell Reports is a news show on MSNBC broadcast weekdays at 12 PM ET/9 AM PT hosted by Andrea Mitchell. She originally was an anchor under the MSNBC Live umbrella before getting her own distinct show. She is the NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs correspondent. While the show is based in Washington, D.C., it will typically go on location to where Mitchell is reporting for NBC News.
Subrata De was named the show's executive producer in January 2012, replacing Jennifer Suozzo, who became senior broadcast producer of NBC Nightly News. De left MSNBC to join ABC News in June 2014.
A June 18, 2012, segment originally aired on MSNBC's Way Too Early with Willie Geist was reaired on Andrea Mitchell Reports and criticized for taking Mitt Romney's comments at a campaign stop in Pennsylvania out of context.
On March 2, 2009, Savannah Guthrie anchored while Andrea Mitchell was en route to Jerusalem, Israel. On some occasions when Mitchell is out the show is suspended and MSNBC Live airs in its place featuring rotating anchors.
When a story is deemed as breaking news, MSNBC producers have the discretion to replace Mitchell with Breaking News Anchor Brian Williams.
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