The television personality, who rejoined the sports network in August 2013, won’t be renewing his deal to anchor his ESPN2 program. The news follows a THR report from July 1, which noted that ESPN management floated an ultimately unworkable caveat: that Olbermann cease engaging in commentary.If you have a kid with this sort of work history, you sit him down and ask if he's noticed any patterns in why he gets fired. I hope somebody is doing the same for Keith.
Another note: ESPN was spending forty million bucks to rent a studio for him?!?