Keith Olbermann is seeking for a fresh job past less than a year now as a presenter on television.
The cable network which is left-lean, announced just hours before air time on Friday that the program Olbermann "Countdown" substitute by a new program called "Viewpoint", led by former New York Governor, Eliot Spitzer.
Occasionally volatile Olbermann approached to Current in June as the attraction of the new prime-time series lead after a storm eight years he was on MSNBC - his second in the network pursued by his unexpected leaving in January 2011.
Soon after, he quit his current contract - allegedly with a five-year contract 50 million dollars - as the beginning of efforts to transform the network in primetime in progressive discussion board. His official title was chief press officer, responsible for editorial management for all network political news, commentary and current events programming.
They did not respond, but it is recognized that the spirited Olbermann numerous battles with their employers. Throughout the primary period, refused to hold definite hours of reporting about poll and lost, has undermined a number of regular issues, and complained of technical problems that his show said.
The break between Olbermann and his chiefs echoed the story of the last employment Olbermann. The NBC had permanent resistance amid the host and self-confidence of his superiors, and had not had in previous jobs and Olbermann in the star making turn as often stormy "SportsCenter" anchor on ESPN in the 1990s.
Just weeks before his departure from MSNBC, Olbermann was fired, but was poised for nearly two days devoid of pay for breach a policy of NBC News with the donation of three political promotions.
At the heart of his complaint to MSNBC, as explained later, was the consolidation of the media that they felt threatened their independence in the air.