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What happened to Keith Taylor at KTUL? TV anchor leaves channel

Olivia Olphin March 10, 2021
What happened to Keith Taylor at KTUL? TV anchor leaves channel

Veteran news anchor Keith Taylor has been let go from his role at KTUL-TV in Tulsa. The journalist and reporter has been with the channel for over two decades and many fans are sad to see him go. We take a look at exactly what happened to Keith Taylor at KTUL and why he will no longer be working at Channel 8 Tulsa.

Meet Keith Taylor

Keith Taylor is a journalist and news anchor best known his work with KTUL-TV in Oklahoma. KTUL is an ABC affiliated news channel.

Taylor married his wife Ronda in 1997. Together, the pair have five daughters and three grandchildren. He loves the outdoors, fishing, BBQ’s and baseball. He is also a huge Rangers fan.

Taylor joined the broadcasting company in 2000 as a general assignment and sports reporter. This later progressed to working on Channel 8’s morning show from 2003.

He has worked across Dallas, Louisiana and North Carolina as a sports photographer and reporter.

Many fans love watching him on the Good Morning Oklahoma show on weekdays. So, when they noticed his absence, the question immediately arose – what happened to Keith Taylor on KTUL?

What happened to Keith Taylor at KTUL?

There have been many layoffs at KTUL, as 10 members of staff were let go over the past few days.

Keith Taylor was one of the unfortunate employees to be sacked from the station.

Taylor posted this to his Facebook account yesterday thanking everyone who has supported him during his time at KTUL.

Keith emphasises that he holds “no ill will towards anyone” and that he hopes to see all of his fans and colleagues soon.

We wish him the best with the next step in his career.

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Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.