Current TV

February 8, 2011 by Post Team 

Current Tv, Keith Olbermann, who left the network cable news in January, is expected to announce Tuesday that the accession of the television public affairs today, the New York Times.
Because the output of Olbermann of MSNBC includes a clause that prohibits him from joining another TV outlet for an indefinite period, it is unclear when it would be from Current TV. But it seems that the project has been in the works for some time. According to the Times, the Internet domain names was registered two days before the announcement on air that he was leaving MSNBC.

Olbermann arrival could boost the image of Current TV. The cable channel, which includes former Vice President Al Gore among its founders, is currently only available in nearly 60 million homes.

Olbermann from MSNBC came after he had brought great odds – and great controversy – the network. Former ESPN sports anchor nightly show Countdown was by far the MSNBC ratings draw, but in November he was suspended for making political contributions to candidates in Kentucky and Arizona.

Keith Olbermann is expected to announce tomorrow that he will be joining Current TV.

Former MSNBC anchor and expert liberal had a sudden departure of the channel last month.

The New York Times, Olbermann will have a place in the range of Current TV. He also receives a stake in society.

Olbermann has long been teasing followers of Twitter about his next move. In the chain, it can probably be more candid than he could at MSNBC, according to critics.

Olbermann, who commanded nearly a million viewers a night, could attract attention to the channel fledging. Current TV is available in only 60 million homes and provided the digital tier of cable television systems. By contrast, his former employer, MSNBC is available in 85 million homes. NBC Universal owns the channel.

Olbermann probably bring new energy and attention to television in difficulty. In 2009, he laid off 80 employees, about 20% of its staff at the time.

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