MSNBC's strength in photojournalism was on display with their slideshow of Gadhafi's life. Most of the photos came from the Associated Press and Getty, but their work compiling the photos from various stories was good work.
The seven stories linked to show that reporters leaped on the chance to inform their readers of all the angles of the case. In the time since, they haven't rested. Just today, reporters have filed a story on Libya's promise to investigate Gadhafi's death, which features a clip from the Nightly News. Five other stories updated today are from the AP.
One of their more in-depth articles from the weekend was an analysis of the effects of Gadhafi's death on markets and prices, particularly that of oil. It's very content-rich: it has a video, an article, a slideshow, a series of briefs on Gadhafi's children and tables of market information.
Since MSNBC retains a focus on broadcast journalism, it isn't unduly concerned about hosting wire photos and stories. It's willing to risk overshadowing some of its work in order to tell a complete story, as long as clips from flagship Nightly News and similar shows remain on top.