Best TV, Anchor in Boston

1994 Best TV, Anchor

R.D. Sahl

He defines a new type of anchor, who never gets in the way of the news…Read More

1988 Best TV, Anchor

R. D. Sahl, Channel 7

His glasses, receding hairline, and crooked teeth are unusual for a local anchor, and so is one other thing: he’s good—especially in live interviews and breaking situations. He could be…Read More

1987 Best TV, Anchor

Natalie Jacobsen, Channel 5

Sure, she looks frumpy at times, especially when she’s sharing the camera with husband Chet Curtis, aka the Pillsbury Doughboy. But she’s still the Franchise…Read More

1986 Best TV, Anchor

Liz Walker

<p>As if further approbation were needed, Liz Walker—the prime-time weeknight co-anchor (with Jack Williams) on Channel 4’s news—got that reinforcement in early June. The Boston audience report for May showed…Read More

1985 Best TV, Anchor

Jack Hynes, Channel 56

The show’s ratings are up, and the 10 p.m. slot becomes more appealing as cable and VCRs throw traditional viewing patterns out the window. And Hynes is terrific…Read More

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