The pair announced their resignations Tuesday, citing differences with management regarding editorial practices and treatment of staff as the reasons, the Bangor [Maine] Daily News said.
"I just wanted to know that I was doing the best job I could and was being honest and ethical as a journalist, and I thought there were times when I wasn't able to do that," said Consiglio.
Mike Palmer, WVII/WFVX vice president and general manager, told the newspaper the on-air resignations were "unfortunate, but not unexpected."
"We'll hire experienced people to fill these positions sooner rather than later," Palmer said.
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