Olbermann Apologizes For Not Being Able To Keep Current TV From Failing
Think I'm making that up?
Read the statement he released today:
My full statement
I'd like to apologize to my viewers and my staff for the failure of Current TV.
Editorially, Countdown had never been better. But for more than a year I have been imploring Al Gore and Joel Hyatt to resolve our issues internally, while I've been not publicizing my complaints, and keeping the show alive for the sake of its loyal viewers and even more loyal staff. Nevertheless, Mr. Gore and Mr. Hyatt, instead of abiding by their promises and obligations and investing in a quality news program, finally thought it was more economical to try to get out of my contract.
It goes almost without saying that the claims against me implied in Current's statement are untrue and will be proved so in the legal actions I will be filing against them presently. To understand Mr. Hyatt’s “values of respect, openness, collegiality and loyalty,” I encourage you to read of a previous occasion Mr. Hyatt found himself in court for having unjustly fired an employee. That employee’s name was Clarence B. Cain. http://nyti.ms/HueZsa
In due course, the truth of the ethics of Mr. Gore and Mr. Hyatt will come out. For now, it is important only to again acknowledge that joining them was a sincere and well-intentioned gesture on my part, but in retrospect a foolish one. That lack of judgment is mine and mine alone, and I apologize again for it.
As you can see, not making it up.
Keith tried, folks. He really did. He tried to save Current TV. But it just.........couldn't.......be done.
Even Keifuums with his super-awesome Cornell Degree from the Animal Farm couldn't save it.
See my super-awesome Cornell Degree?!
It's got an official seal and everything!!
And if Keith Olbermann couldn't save Current TV, then by God NOBODY could!
Oh, and guess who they are going to replace Olbermann with?
How about.........CLIENT #9?
Again, I am not making this up. Swear to God.