ZNS axes veteran talk show host Darold Miller
Days after veteran broadcaster and talk show host Darold Miller spoke out against the management of the Broadcast Corporation of the Bahamas, his popular show “Darold Miller Live” has been axed from the ZNS radio lineup.
“The Board of Directors and Executive Management of The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas (BCB) announces today, March 8th, 2021 that the programme, “Darold Miller Live” will no longer be aired on the ZNS Radio and Television Network,” according to a statement released on Monday.
“The Board and Management of the BCB is grateful for the times the show aired and wishes the Host, Mr. Miller well in his future endeavours.”
Miller stormed out of the radio studio last week after producers cut his mic as he railed against executive management’s decision to not allow him to carry the opening of parliament in the neighboring Turks and Caicos Islands.
During his last broadcast, Miller told his listeners and viewers that ZNS would not exclusively carry “Darold Miller Live” anymore unless it stops its “destructive” behavior.
Minutes into his rant, the producer cut his mic.
Miller returned to ZNS following a stint at Guardian Radio.
He is the second radio casualty. Veteran broadcaster Shenique Miller also got the axe in early 2020.