KHOU 4 P.M. Anchor Russ Lewis To Retire

WJBK Anchor Sherry Margolis Retiring After 35 Years

Nexstar VP-COO Brian Jones To Retire

The broadcasting industry veteran helped chart company’s growth and expansion since 2003.

KIRO’s Lead Anchor Steve Raible Is Bowing Out


KOMU Sports Director Chris Gervino To Retire

Sports Director Chris Gervino is set to retire from NBC affiliate KOMU Columbia-Jefferson City, Mo. (DMA 137), after spending more than two decades on the air providing national and local sports information to mid-Missouri. “My wife Gina and I are grateful to be able to retire together from our full-time jobs while blessed with good […]

Longtime KCBS Reporter Dave Lopez Announces Retirement


Joseph Heston To Retire As KSBW President-GM

The Hearst broadcaster caps a five-decade career, including 21 years leading its NBC-AABC-Estrella affiliate KSBW Monterey, Calif.


KTVT Programming Dir. Ken Foote Retiring

A Dallas television veteran, he’s stepping down from the CBS duopoly on June 12.

Sinclair RSNs President Jeff Krolik To Retire

Krolik, 63, managed the RSNs for nearly 15 years, and led the group during the sale from Fox to Disney and the subsequent sale from Disney to Sinclair.


Greg Bilte To Retire As KIRO Seattle VP-GM

He concludes his 41-year career in broadcasting and 25 years at Cox Media Group on June 30.


Bill Fine To Retire As GM Of WCVB Boston

Later this year, the TV veteran will conclude a five-decade career including 15 years at helm of Hearst’s Boston ABC affiliate.

WLOX Anchor Darcel Grimes Retires After 23 Years


Elliott Troshinsky To Retire As KCRA-KQCA GM

The local broadcaster caps a five-decade career including 20 years leading Hearst Television’s NBC-MNT duopoly in Sacramento, Calif.

WCVB Boston Anchor Randy Price To Sign Off

NAB’s Dennis Wharton To Retire

The association’s EVP of communications will leave July 1 after 24 years. NAB will merge the association’s communications and marketing departments into a new Public Affairs Department that will be led by NAB’s Michelle Lehman who has tapped Ann Marie Cumming, currently SVP of communications, to serve as the organization’s primary spokesperson.

Holly Groschner Retires As CEO Of Vermont PBS

‘View’s Joy Behar To Retire In 2022

After 21 seasons, Joy Behar has set an exit date from The View. Behar, 77, says she would like to retire as the resident liberal on the ABC daytime talk show after her contract ends in the summer of 2022.

Chris Matthews Steps Down From MSNBC

Chris Matthews announced Monday that he was retiring effective immediately from MSNBC’s Hardball. His exit came after a weekend of discussions with his bosses, three days after GQ ran a column by a freelance journalist about her “own sexist run-in” with Matthews in the makeup room before appearing on his show.

KIRO’s Steve Raible To Retire After Nearly 38 Years

During Wednesday’s 6 p.m. newscast, KIRO Seattle evening news anchor Steve Raible announced his plans to retire in late spring. “We talked about this a few months ago … stepping back to spend more time with my bride, Sharon. Tonight we make it official — announcing our retirement from KIRO 7,” Raible announced to viewers. […]


Chuck Poduska To Retire As KCTV-KSMO GM

He’s stepping down as head of the CBS-MNT duopoly in Kansas City after a career spanning 38 with Meredith.


WTVD GM Caroline Foy Welch To Retire

Caroline Foy Welch will retire as president and general manager of ABC O&O WTVD Raleigh-Durham, N.C., after nearly eight years in the post. Until a replacement is found, Welch will remain and help with the transition.

WGN-TV Anchor Steve Sanders To Retire

TVWeek To Close As Editor Chuck Ross Retires

Hal Boedeker, Orlando’s TV Guy, Signs Off, Says Thanks

KOTV Tulsa’s Rick Wells Retires After 30 Years

Griffin Communications-owned CBS affiliate KOTV Tulsa, Okla. (DMA 58), said today that after 30 years as an anchor and reporter, Rick Wells has announced his retirement. “I’ve loved serving the Tulsa community all these years and want to thank Griffin Communications for giving me the opportunity to do everything I ever wanted in television news,” Wells […]


Katie Pickman New GM Of Gray Honolulu Duo

She is promoted from head of sales to succeed the retiring Rick Blangiardi, who plans to run for mayor of Honolulu.

Corporate Changes At Gray Television

The station group’s SVP of local media, Brad Streit, is retiring and will be succeeded by WVUE GM Tim Ingram.

SBE’s John Poray To Retire At End Of 2020

WOIO Newscaster Paul Orlousky To Retire

WTXF Reporter Bruce Gordon Retires After 23 Years

WFTV’s Martie Salt Talks Retirement Plans


WFTV News Director Matt Parcell To Retire

Matt Parcell, who has been news director at Cox’s WFTV Orlando, Fla., since August 2012, announced Wednesday that he will retire. Parcell made his announcement at a station meeting. The ABC affiliate will seek a replacement by posting the job, and Parcell will stay until the new news director arrives. Parcell estimated that he could leave in mid-January.

Martie Salt: WFTV’s ‘Tremendous Asset’ Says Goodbye

FCC Chief Engineer Julius Knapp To Retire

He will wrap up more than 45 years at the commission on Jan. 3, 2020. Chairman Ajit Pai praised him, saying: “If you have a device that uses the airwaves, the chances are that you’re benefiting from Julie’s efforts.”

Sinclair Announces Two Executive Changes

Rob Weisbord becomes president of local news and marketing services division on Jan. 1, while Steven Marks, EVP and chief operating officer of Sinclair’s TV Group will retire at year’s end.


John Popovich Retiring From WCPO In December


After 47 Years At WSTM, Laura Hand Retires


KPRC Anchor Bill Balleza To Retire In Jan.

Hubbard’s Val Napolitano To Retire

Veteran TV advertising executive Val Napolitano is stepping down as Hubbard Television Group’s EVP of programmatic at the end of the year.

Longtime Maryland Public TV Host Rhea Feikin To Retire