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Robert J. Myers

Robert J. Myers, 93, news director for WNAC-TV Boston (now WHDH-TV) from 1948 to 1962, died Dec. 21 in Arlington, Mass.

He joined WNAC-AM Boston (now WRKO) in the early 1930s as news editor, joining WNAC-TV when it went on the air in 1948. He remained with the station until his retirement in 1962.

Survived by his son and two sisters.

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