KHQ Anchor Speaks After Being Fired

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Matt Rogers, news anchor at KHQ/Spokane, has been fired.

***********************Matt Rogers has removed the video from public view.***************************************
Watch RANTS WITH ROGERS
for his update, COMING SOON, going in-depth on why he was fired.
SPOILER ALERT: He was surprised by the fact that they wanted to fire him and he thinks it was unwarranted.

Matt Rogers joined the KHQ news team in 1997. Matt is a 1996 graduate of Central Washington University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications. Matt’s first TV job was at a CBS affiliate in Boise, Idaho, where Matt was a news photojournalist.

He became a news photojournalist with KHQ in the Fall of 1997. In 1998, Matt became the KHQ Local News Today “Action Cam”. In February of 2009, Matt’s position at KHQ evolved once again, when he was offered the opportunity to cover Sports.
Most recently, Matt Rogers anchored the news at KHQ.

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Jason Remington

Author: Jason Remington

Creator, Admin, & Editor of PugetSound.Media, former broadcaster at KAMT/Tacoma, KRPM FM/Tacoma, KJUN/Puyallup, KASY/Auburn, KTAC AM/Tacoma, KBRD FM/Tacoma, KMTT FM/Tacoma, and KOOL FM/Phoenix.

71 thoughts on “KHQ Anchor Speaks After Being Fired

  1. We also are Tri-cities people who would switch from our local stations to watch Matt. Stupid move from khq, small letters on purpose.

  2. We, my wife and I, are completely shocked. We had been waiting for Matt to return, thinking he was on vacation doing something fun and now we find out he’s been fired. Dumb move khq, oh yes, they are an nbc affiliate, far left and in the hole. Shouldn’t be a surprise.
    Matt made our mornings. We would switch from our local news in the Tri-cities, which at that time was going to National morning shows, to our channel 11 Fox and watch Matt every morning! We still watch, but not long. The two girls aren’t bad, but their not Matt. He was the draw! Again dumb move nbc(khq) small letters on purpose.

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