Wise word: it’s best not to have spouses working for the same company or at the very minimum same show (however for a year or so Tony was a general correspondent/maybe freelancer for MSNBC). If the shows cancelled both are out of work or if they both decide to leave the networks screwed. Scott at FTVLive has preached this for ages don’t two married anchor teams or situations where both work together.
I have a suspicion MSNBC will try to keep Katy Tur for as long as they can. She’s one of their rising stars.
Edit: Joe and Mika I would say are an exception to the rule. By all accounts they didn’t start a relationship until well into the shows life. However I think msnbc will be doing whatever they can to keep them on air (despite lower ratings compared to Fox & Friends they do get a lot of views from politicos and politicians from both sides) and they already are such as accommodating their broadcast from Florida’s with both coming from an at home two camera insert studio (so Joe can legally live half the year in Florida and not pay property taxes).
Don't think this was posted here: the premiere opening of Sunday on the Nine Network from Down Under, 11/5/81 (anchorman Jim Waley expresses similar goals to what the late, great Charles Kuralt expressed on Sunday Morning on CBS in 1979 here in America)...