MSNBC "Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski said she's moving forward with a book deal she has with publisher Hachette Book Group after it ended its relationship with Harvey Weinstein.

On her show Friday, Brzezinski announced that she had spoken with executives at the company following the revelations about Weinstein's history of sexual harassment allegations.

"We're going to have an ongoing conversation about sexual harassment and wage equity. I'm really looking forward to writing about all of it in the re-release of 'Knowing Your Value' and the two other books I will be doing with Hachette Book Group," she said. "I'm very satisfied."

Hachette said Thursday it was terminating its Weinstein Books imprint, several days after Brzezinski, whose books were to be published under Weinstein Books, said she was pulling out of the project. An imprint is a sub-publisher under a main publisher, in this case Hachette, which publishes a specific category of books.

"I have a three-book deal with Weinstein Books, through Hachette," she said last weekend on Twitter. "I can't go forward with those books unless Harvey resigns."

Weinstein was fired from his company the next day.