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KNBC Anchor Paul Moyer is Retiring

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It's a sad day for a great TV news station. Anchor Paul Moyer announced that he will be retiring. "I have given Los Angeles my loyalty and my professional best, and if I was able to illuminate a dark and dangerous corner with an investigation, or communicate a complex story in a meaningful way, I have been more than repaid for my devotion to this remarkable city,'' he wrote in a memo. Moyer began his on air career in 1972 with KNBC and KABC for a little bit between. No date is set for his last broadcast, but he will be sorely missed. "Our personal bond of respect and affection for Paul will never diminish, and we thank him for everything he has done for our station and the industry," said News Director Bob Long.