Williams Prompts Cutback On Katrina Coverage

It's the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, and MSNBC execs are cutting back on coverage. The reason? Brian Williams' 'misremembered' he saw a dead body float by his hotel while he was there, according to Page Six.

Sources say Williams was supposed to start in August, but has been pushed back to mid-September to avoid the Katrina anniversary coverage.  In the meantime, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt is in New Orleans to lead the broadcast network's coverage.

H/T Page Six & Emily Smith