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Report: ESPN And Keith Olbermann Will Part Ways At End Of Month

Keith Olbermann's second stint at ESPN, which began two years ago, will come to an end at the end of the month, according to a report from James Andrew Miller, the co-author of the 2011 book "Those Guys Have All The Fun: Inside the World of ESPN."

">@KeithOlbermann era at

The second @KeithOlbermann era at @espn has come to a close. There will be no new contract. Current deal which was two years ends 7/31.

— jamesmiller (@JimMiller) July 8, 2015

">@espn has come to a close. There will be no new contract. Current deal which was two years ends 7/31.

— James Andrew Miller (@JimMiller)

The second @KeithOlbermann era at @espn has come to a close. There will be no new contract. Current deal which was two years ends 7/31.

— jamesmiller (@JimMiller) July 8, 2015

">July 8, 2015

">@espn pov; want parting with

The second @KeithOlbermann era at @espn has come to a close. There will be no new contract. Current deal which was two years ends 7/31.

— jamesmiller (@JimMiller) July 8, 2015

">@KeithOlbermann to be amicable.

— James Andrew Miller (@JimMiller)

This was "business decision" from @espn pov; want parting with @KeithOlbermann to be amicable.

— jamesmiller (@JimMiller) July 8, 2015

">July 8, 2015

Olbermann, if you recall, was suspended for one week by the network in February for his comments on Penn State students. We don't think he'll be out of work long, and it will be interesting to see where he takes his show next.