WKBW Anchor Keith Radford’s Final Broadcast Set For June 30

WDTN Dayton Anchor Mark Allan Retiring After 25 Years

KCNC Denver Anchor Kathy Walsh Retiring After Nearly 40 Years

Sinclair Distribution Exec Barry Faber To Retire

The force behind the station group’s retrans efforts and station acquisitions will become a consultant next month.

WYFF’s Geoff Hart Not Returning Following Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

KDKA Medical Correspondent Maria Simbra Retiring

KDKA Anchor Stacy Smith Retiring After 38 Years

WAGA Sports Anchor Ken Rodriguez Retiring

KHSL’s Debbie Cobb Retires After 38 Years

Benita Zahn Retiring From WNYT After 40+ Years

Mark Johnson, Longtime KTVB Boise Anchor And Viral Meme Star, Retiring

KDKA Pittsburgh Veteran Paul Martino To Retire

Two Longtime Anchors Retiring From WTVD

John Eggerton Retires As B+C, MCN Senior D.C. Editor

John Eggerton has retired as senior content producer, Washington, for Broadcasting+Cable, Multichannel News and NextTV.com but will remain a contributing editor, the Future-owned publications said Monday.

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WMUR Manchester GM Jeff Bartlett To Retire

Jeff Bartlett, WMUR Manchester, N.H., president and general manager, will retire this summer. His successor will be announced at a later date. Bartlett, a news director in several major markets before his first GM job, ran the Hearst TV station for two decades.

KIII Anchor Joe Gazin Plans May Retirement

Bill Neely Is Retiring From NBC News

Legendary Sportscaster Dick Stockton To Retire

Sportscaster Dick Stockton, who called more than 1,500 games cross the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL, as well as collegiate sports and two Olympics, is retiring after more than 55 years behind the microphone. Fox Sports, which has employed Stockton since the division launched in 1994, announced his retirement today.

WSBT’s Ed Ernstes Retiring After 40 Years

WMAQ GM David Doebler To Retire

David Doebler announced Tuesday that he plans to retire as president and general manager of NBC O&O WMAQ and Telemundo’s WSNS Chicago at the end of June. Both stations are units of Comcast NBCUniversal. Doebler, 59, told employees in an email that he’s voluntarily stepping down to spend time with his wife.

WLUC Anchor Greg Trick Retires After 30 Years

KAKE News Director Anthony Maisel To Retire

He’s stepping down from the Lockwood Broadcast Group Wichita ABC affiliate after 40 years in broadcasting.

Nexstar Broadcasting’s Timothy Busch To Retire

The 36-year broadcasting veteran is stepping down on June 1. He served in multiple leadership roles over 20 years as Nexstar grew to become the nation’s largest broadcaster.

Phil Archer Retiring From KPRC After 44 Years

Randy Beamer Retiring From WOAI After 41 Years

WVVA GM Frank Brady Announces Retirement

The longtime leader of Quincy Media’s NBC affiliate in Bluefield, W.Va., is wrapping up a 47-year broadcasting career.

Charter President Bickham Sets Retirement

Charter Communications President and COO John Bickham will ride off into the sunset when he retires at the end of 2022. To date, Bickham has spent 35 years in the cable industry with additional stops at Time Warner Cable and Cablevision before the latter was bought by Altice USA.

CNN Standards And Practices Chief Rick Davis Retires After 40 Years

WEEK GM Mark DeSantis To Retire

He’s leaving Feb. 1 after 23 years at Quincy’s ABC affiliate in Peoria, Ill., and 40 years in broadcasting.

Washington Post Editor Marty Baron Retires

Martin Baron, executive editor of the Washington Post and recipient of multiple Pulitzer Prizes over the course of his career, announced his retirement today. Baron spearheaded Spotlight, the Boston Globe’s investigation into attempts by the Catholic Church to cover-up sexual abuse, and oversaw the Post’s editorial transformation under Amazon founder Jeff Bezos — turning it from a regional paper into a national brand.

Brokaw To Retire From NBC News After 55 Years

Tom Brokaw, 80, author of The Greatest Generation, was NBC’s lead anchor at Nightly News and for big events for more than 20 years before giving way to Brian Williams in 2004. He was a White House correspondent during Richard Nixon’s presidency, and began co-hosting Today in 1976. He started hosting Nightly News in 1983.

Freedman Retiring From American Spirit Media

Wayne Freedman, the sales and management veteran with Blair, Gannett, Tegna and Raycom is leaving his VP of sales post at American Spirit Media in April.

WBRZ Weatherman Pat Shingleton ‘Closes The Umbrella’

Covering the weather that included more than 500 storms and related weather events, Pat Shingleton, “The Weatherman,” Manship’s ABC affiliate WBRZ Baton Rouge, La., is “closing his umbrella” on Friday, Jan. 28. “My forecasting approach incorporated the protection of life and property and when it wasn’t serious, let’s have some fun….” For 45 years he […]

MultiDyne Chief Operating Officer Bob McAlpine Retires

Bob McAlpine, COO of MultiDyne Video & Fiber Optic Solutions has retired, effective immediately, following a 46-year career in the broadcast industry. While retiring from his role as MultiDyne’s COO, he will join MultiDyne’s newly formed board of directors, and remain active as a consultant. McAlpine joined MultiDyne as COO in September 2019 following the company’s acquisition of Census Digital, […]

Reporter Harve Jacobs Retires From WCSC Charleston

Consumer Advocate Connie Thompson Retires From KOMO After 46 Years

Peggy Finnegan Bids Pittsburgh Viewers Farewell As She Retires From WPXI

WCII’s Wanda Starke Retiring After 27 Years

PBS’s Mark Shields Stepping Down After 33 Years

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields, a regular analyst on the PBS NewsHour for the past 33 years, is stepping down from his weekly television perch this Friday. His semi-retirement — he will still appear on the program occasionally — comes during a period of transition in Washington and on television.