South Dakota TV News Anchor Quits To Start Radio Show
May 12, 2010 at 12:05 PM (PT)
A television news anchor in RAPID CITY, SD who was suspended for appearing at a "Tea Party" rally has resigned, saying that he will soon launch a regional radio talk show.
The RAPID CITY JOURNAL reports that SHAD OLSON has submitted his resignation to ABC affiliate KOTA-TV and plans a radio show to be heard in SOUTH DAKOTA, WYOMING, and NEBRASKA starting next month. He is also working as a paid consultant to the gubernatorial campaign of State Senator GORDON HOWIE (R-RAPID CITY) and will be more active with CITIZENS FOR LIBERTY, the oganizers of the local Tea Party.
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