Phang became a legal analyst for NBCUniversal in 2017.  In 2021, Phang appeared with Kevin O`Leary and Ada Pozo before CNBC`s financial tribunal, where they settled financial disputes. In April 2022, she launched her own show on MSNBC and Peacock, The Katie Phang Show, which airs weekends on MSNBC and Thursday through Friday on Peacock.   Phang also hosts “Class Action,” a 12-part documentary podcast about competitive mock trial teams.   Phang is also host of MSNBC`s All In with Chris Hayes and The Beat with Ari Melber. Katie Phang is allowed to start her new show twice. The longtime legal analyst for MSNBC and NBC News launched The Katie Phang Show on MSNBC early Saturday morning, and she will do so again later this week on streaming platform Peacock. “So you can imagine it`s the same show, but maybe a different audience,” Phang told me by phone from Miami, where the new show is being produced at the vast Telemundo Center, the Spanish-language network`s global headquarters. “Telemundo is part of the NBC Universal family, but having an MSNBC and Peacock show outside of Telemundo is completely different.” In 2005, Phang joined WFOR-TV as legal counsel to discuss the Michael Jackson trial. The chief assistant prosecutor, Katherine Fernandez Rundle, told him she had to drop the role, because Rundle “doesn`t want his aides to make public legal analysis or commentary on criminal trials.” Phang instead quit his job at the prosecutor`s office, retained the role of unpaid legal counsel, and joined a private law firm.  She also covered the trial of Robert Blake and the Terri Schiavo case for WFOR.
She became a legal analyst for Fox News and was frequently invited by Greta Van Susteren.  “I would like to contribute as much as possible as a facilitator or host when we deal with legal issues,” Phang told me, “to have the chance to really enjoy this deeper dive with my friends who are lawyers, analysts and legal experts, but also to be able to use these other components of the, to share who I am. My personality and my life with the public. For Phang, the new show — live on MSNBC on Saturday and Sunday mornings and live on Peacock on Thursday and Friday afternoons — is a chance to show she`s not just a legal analyst. “So it`s a really cool opportunity for me to say, `Welcome to my world,` isn`t it, welcome to my world through Katie`s lens.” Katie has been providing legal analysis for network and cable messaging since 2005. Katie is currently a legal associate for NBC News/MSNBC, leveraging her extensive litigation experience to provide analysis and commentary on the latest legal issues around the world. The director and founder of her own law firm, Katie S. Phang, P.A., chose the North Star as her logo “because it`s [her company`s] sincere desire to be a source of stability in some of your darkest hours.” Katie also provides strategic communications advice in times of crisis. Thanks to her legal and media experience, she creates and realizes a horizon of imminent events and long-term plans to prepare for an anticipated crisis or to face a current crisis. In addition, Katie also offers media training for television, radio and digital media appearances through group or one-on-one sessions.
Kathleen Suzanne Phang (born August 1, 1975) is an American lawyer, legal analyst, and television host. She hosts The Katie Phang Show, which airs weekends on MSNBC and Thursday through Friday on Peacock. MSNBC`s Katie Phang on the set of “The Katie Phang Show” in Miami Phang was born in Miami, Florida. His father emigrated from South Korea to the United States at the age of 19. Phang graduated from Miami Palmetto Senior High School in Pinecrest, Florida. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Yale University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law, graduating in 2000. She then worked for the Miami-Dade County District Attorney`s Office.  And for Phang, that meant taking a moment to thank her friends and family, including her late father, whom she still talks to every day: And indeed, the first Saturday show featured a segment with Telemundo presenter Admari Lopez guiding Phang through the building. “This place is crazy how big it is,” Phang told Lopez, who hosts Telemundo`s morning show, hoy Dia. Katie is an Associate Professor of Litigation at the University of Miami School of Law and most recently served as President of the Miami Dade Chapter of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers.
She chairs a Florida Bar Grievance Committee and serves on the Board of Directors of the University of Miami Law Alumni Association. Katie S. Phang is a litigator and consultant for media and crisis management. She received her J.D., Laude, from the University of Miami School of Law after receiving her B.A. in Political Science (with an emphasis on international relations) from Yale University. Her practice focuses on commercial disputes, family law, real estate disputes, hospitality disputes, and criminal defence and special investigations. Katie received an AV-Preeminent rating in litigation, insolvency, criminal and family law and has been recognized as a leading corporate and business lawyer and lawyer for several years. She recently authored and edited the 10th edition of the Florida Practitioner`s Guide: Civil Trial Preparation, which is designed to “guide counsel through all stages of trial preparation, from the client`s examination to the preparation of the final statement and jury instructions.” “It`s an incredible privilege to be the first live show of the day and to be able to tell as soon as you turn on the first live programming, it`s the Katie Phang Show,” she told me. I`ll run with it. Phang and her husband Jonathan Feldman live in Miami Shores.
They have one daughter.  On a show in South Florida, Phang`s first guests included Marc Caputo, long one of the most connected journalists covering politics in the Sunshine State, and Charlie Crist, the former governor of Florida, who hopes to return to his former job and oust Governor Ron DeSantis.