NBC exec: Give us credit for getting eight years out of Olbermann

January 24, 2011
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New York Times
“That’s the longest he’s been anywhere,” notes the news boss. Bill Carter and Brian Stelter write of Keith Olbermann‘s departure: “Underlying the decision, which one executive involved said was not a termination but a ‘negotiated separation,’ were years of behind-the-scenes tension, conflicts and near terminations. …The pattern of great promise followed by eventual disaffection was established early in Olbermann’s career.”
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