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Megyn Kelly is Released From Her NBC News Contract

Wall Street Journal Saturday, 12 January 2019
Megyn Kelly has been released from her contract with NBC News less than three months after her morning show was canceled by the network.
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According to BroadCastingCable.com, "Anchor Megyn Kelly is no longer an NBC employee, agreeing to a $30 million package to depart... that sum representing the outstanding balance on her contract. Kelly, who made her name at Fox News Channel, had a three-year, $69 million contract with NBC." Since...

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