Nick Faldo Leaves CBS With Trevor Immelman Replacing Him

Sir Nick Faldo is planning to retire after 16 years in the booth with CBS Sports and the Golf Channel. The 64-year-old broadcaster shared the news in a signed letter he posted to Twitter on Tuesday — revealing his last day in the booth will be on Aug. 7 for The Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, NC. Trevor Immelman — a South African who won the Masters in 2008 — will replace Faldo next year alongside Jim Nantz, according to Sports Business Journal.

CBS News’ Richard Schlesinger Of ’48 Hours’ Is Retiring

The New York-based Schlesinger, who had also reported for the CBS Evening News, CBS Sunday Morning and occasionally anchored, joined the network in 1984 in its Miami bureau and moved north after three years.

KPIX San Francisco Anchor Allen Martin Retiring

Mark Fratrik, BIA Chief Economist And Industry Analyst, To Retire June 30

He will maintain a role as a strategic adviser to BIA while Nicole Ovadia takes over management of forecasting services.

WPVI Philadelphia Reporter Dann Cuellar To Retire After 34 Years


John Miller, Legendary NBC TV Marketing Guru, Retiring After 43 Years

Miller is the TV marketer who launched some of NBC’s most iconic shows, including Miami Vice, Golden Girls, Friends, Seinfeld, ER, The West Wing, The Office and 30 Rock among many others.  His “Must See TV” campaign remains one of the most memorable and most cited in TV history.


Cynthia Fodor, KCCI Journalist, Retiring After 40 Years In Three States

KCNC Anchor Jim Benemann To Retire At Year’s End

CBS O&O KCNC Denver news anchor Jim Benemann announced his decision to retire at the end of this year following 44 years in the TV news business and 36 years in local broadcasting. Benemann is one of Denver’s longest serving evening TV news anchors. He has been the face of the evening news on CBS4 […]

Pete Williams, Longtime NBC Legal Correspondent, Retiring In July

Pete Williams, longtime correspondent for NBC News covering the Supreme Court and the Justice Department, plans to retire from the network in July. NBC News President Noah Oppenheim made the announcement in a message to staffers on Thursday.

Harvey Leonard To Retire As WCVB Boston Chief Meteorologist, Assume Emeritus Role

Harvey Leonard, the longtime, chief meteorologist at Hearst Television’s ABC affiliate WCVB Boston, has announced his plan to retire from the helm of StormTeam 5 effective May 25. However, he will transition from his daily role to the position of chief meteorologist emeritus, contributing to severe weather and climate coverage. He will begin his new […]

WCPO Cincinnati Anchor Kristyn Hartman To Retire

Tributes Pour In For Retiring Ray Didinger, The ‘Godfather’ Of Philly Sports

Oscar Adame Announces KRGV Harlingen Retirement

Chief Politics Reporter Cynthia Fodor Retiring From KCCI After Almost Three Decades

Keith Eldridge To Retire From KOMO After 50 Years In Local TV

WGN Chicago Sports Anchor Dan Roan Sets May 26 Retirement Date

Clyde Gray, Mona Morrow Retiring From WCPO Cincinnati

Longtime WMUR New Hampshire Anchor Tom Griffith To Retire

Arnold Diaz, Longtime WPIX New York Investigative Reporter, Retires

Tim McCarver Retiring From Legendary MLB Broadcasting Career

The Nights Of Capturing Murder And Mayhem Are Over For Chicago Newsman And Videographer Ken Herzlich

Rob Roth Reported News At KTVU For 38 Years. Here’s His Farewell

Anchor Robert Hadlock To Leave KXAN Austin

Anchor John Lomax Retiring From WKRC Cincinnati In April

Veteran WKRC Cincinnati Anchor John Lomax Announces Retirement

Comscore CEO Bill Livek Is Retiring

The tumultuous measurement space is getting upended yet again: Bill Livek, Comscore CEO and executive vice chairman, plans to retire after more than four decades in media measurement. But the Comscore chief won’t be leaving quite yet. He’ll transition into the role of non-executive vice chairman after his successor is named and plans to serve through the completion of his term in mid-2024.

Glenn ‘Hurricane’ Schwartz Retiring From WCAU Philadelphia

WJBK Detroit Anchor Duo Huel Perkins & Monica Gayle Retiring

Longtime WTVT Tampa Anchor Kelly Ring Retiring In May

Longtime WBFF Baltimore Sports Anchor Bruce Cunningham To Retire

Tom Britt To Retire From WBBJ Jackson After 20+ Years

Kevin Walsh, KPIX-KBCW San Francisco GM, To Retire

Kevin Walsh, president and general manager of KPIX-KBCW San Francisco, has announced his retirement from the CBS-owned stations. His last day is Feb. 26. He spent almost 17 years in the CBS group.

‘Pardon The Interruption’ Director Tom Howard Retires After 20 Years

Karen Swensen To Step Down As WWL New Orleans Anchor

NBC News Correspondent Kevin Tibbles Is Retiring

NBC News Executive Editor David Firestone Retiring After 45 Years In Journalism

NBC News Digital Executive Editor David Firestone is retiring in mid-May after 45 years in the journalism business, the last five of them at NBC. Firestone joined NBC News on May 1, 2017. He first served as managing editor for NBC News Digital, and was promoted to executive editor in March of last year.

Reporter Mark Becker Retiring After 38 Years At WSOC Charlotte

Veteran WTTG Meteorologist Sue Palka Signing Off

The trailblazing Washington, D.C., meteorologist will retire on March 23 from Fox-owned WTTG. “I don’t have any more boxes to check,” she says.

Tom Sherry, KREM Chief Meteorologist, Retiring After 30+ Years

KENS Sportscaster Joe Reinagel Retiring After 25 Years