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(NewsCore) - TV host Keith Olbermann took to Twitter on Monday night to deny his career was over, following his recent and widely-publicized departure from MSNBC.
"Countdown" anchor Olbermann, 51, left the network Friday -- sparking speculation over the reason for the move.
Monday night he thanked fans for their support, tweeting: "Citizens Of The Free World: Greetings!"
Moments later he added: "My humble thanks to all Friends of Keith for the many kind words. The reports of the death of my career are greatly exaggerated."
However, Olbermann did not address what many want to know -- why he quit.
Friday’s separation agreement between MSNBC and Mr. Olbermann includes restrictions on when he can next lead a television show and when he can give interviews about the decision to end his association with the news channel. The executives involved in the discussions confirmed that the deal carries limitations for Mr. Olbermann in terms of when he can next work on television, though he will be able to take a job in radio or on any forum on the Internet. The deal also prohibits the host from commenting publicly on the deal, the executives confirmed.
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The deal also prohibits the host from commenting publicly on the deal, the executives confirmed.