Goode spent six years anchoring KING’s a.m. newscast but left the NBC-affiliate this summer after he was reportedly unable to agree on the terms of a new contract with station management. Since leaving KING, Goode has been reporting for CNBC, where he worked earlier in his career.
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TVNewser reports that Goode, who worked for CNBC for three years prior to joining KING, is back to work full-time at CNBC’s LA bureau. He appeared on Monday’s “Kudlow Report,” where anchor Larry Kudlow introduced him by saying, “A familiar face to CNBC has come back home.”
Goode, who was a morning anchor at KING, will report on west coast companies for CNBC. He is a local television veteran, with stints at stations in Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Toledo and Lansing.
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.
Reporting on dangerous driving conditions in the wake of a snowstorm, a KING news crew did some dangerous driving of their own.