Former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann chided reporters and bloggers for not asking him before reporting last week that he might be tapped to write rants for a TV show "The Social Network" writer Aaron Sorkin is developing about a cable news show. "By the way, I keep reading these 'may contribute to Sorkin' series stories," Olbermann tweeted Saturday. "Do you know not one reporter or blogger has asked me?" Olbermann went on to tweet that the two haven't spoken about the show in quite some time. "Having waited a week for one pro to ask, the answer is: I haven't talked to Aaron about his series since he visited around a year ago." Olbermann wrote. Sorkin recently said on BBC that he had spent time at CNN, Fox News and MSNBC with Olbermann and Chris Matthews and already had written a pilot for HBO. He's also working on adapting Andrew Young's book on John Edwards "The Politician" for a full-length film.
Olbermann clarifies Sorkin show talk
January 30, 2011 - 12:00 AM