January 22, 2011 by Post Team
MSNBC has published a statement it had terminated its contract with the host controversial, without further explanation. Olbermann show hosted top-rated network, but his liberal views often struggle made him a target of criticism.
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Keith Olbermann MSNBC surprised viewers by saying he had “told” it was his last show, after nearly eight years, and so he said goodbye.
“There were many opportunities, particularly in the last 2 years, where everything that surrounded the show â €” but never show itself â € “was just too much for me,” said Olbermann, his only explanation for his sudden departure.
Olbermann, 51, who was the evening’s highest-rated anchor on MSNBC, has signed an agreement with the general direction of NBC later this week to settle his contract and go down, “said the New York Times. Olbermann signed a contract extension of four years in 2008 to about 30 million $.
The facilitator has butted heads with management over the years and was suspended in November after revealing he had donated money to several Democratic candidates in 2010 â € “one of them, coincidentally was Representative Gabrielle Giffords.
As the New York Post reported: “The gossip gasbag also likely to stay off the air until at least fall under the agreement.”
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