After his co-anchor was not allowed to say so long to viewers, a Los Angeles TV anchor was fired.

Mark Mester was fired by KTLA after they decided what he did deserved to be terminated.

Mester was angry that the co-anchor was not allowed to say goodbye on air after 24 years at the station.

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"I want to start off right now by offering up an apology to you," Mester said, after he refused to read a segment that was supposed to be about Lynette. You are my best friend. What happened to you was not deserved.

Mester called the move cruel and inappropriate.

He said a plane was flying over KTLA with a banner that said "We love you" The plane was paid for by Mester.


The station wouldn't budge and that's why she left.