This is turning out to be a really bad day…
From the LA Times:A source familiar with the situation said Olbermann was fired Thursday morning, after managers grew increasingly frustrated with his absenteeism and other work habits. The network expects litigation over the ouster.—After barely a year, Current TV has sacked fiery host Keith Olbermann.In a statement Friday afternoon, former Vice President Al Gore and legal entrepreneur Joel Hyatt, who cofounded the upstart cable network, took an extraordinary swipe at their outspoken host, who endured rocky tenures with a series of previous network employers, including MSNBC and ESPN. “Countdown,” Olbermann’s show, will evidently be canceled immediately.
They’ve replaced Keith with former New York Gov. Eliot M. Spitzer, whose CNN talk show failed to catch on. I watched the first 10 minutes and realized why I liked watching Keith… then I turned on a rerun of Monk.
Posted on March 30, 2012, in Announcement, Business, Corporations, crime, ethics, event, Internet, Job Seeking, News, Opinion, Politics, Press, quote, Television, Word from Bill and tagged Al Gore, Current, Elliot Spitzer, Keith Olbermann. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.