Brad Goode is leaving the morning grind at KING 5 News in Seattle, where he’s spent the last six years.
“I have had an incredible run here at KING-TV,” said Goode in a KING5.com story. “I know the type of newscasts we worked hard to produce everyday were as good as any in the country.”
Goode joined KING from CNBC, where he was a daytime anchor. Before CNBC, Goode was anchor at the syndicated “EXTRA,” he was also an anchor/reporter at KCBS in LA, KIRO-TV in Seattle, WCCO in Minneapolis, KTVX-TV in Salt Lake City, WDHO-TV in Toledo, and WILX-TV in Lansing.
TVSpy hears Goode and stations management couldn’t come to an agreement on a new deal. Goode plans to start up Goode News Media. His final show at KING5 is August 5.