Marty Levin Retires from San Diego’s KNBC

By Andrew Gauthier 

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KNBC San Diego evening news anchor Marty Levin has announced plans to retire from broadcasting. His last day at NBC is May 26.

“It’s the last day of May ratings,” he says. “When they end, I end.”

Has NBC talked about a replacement? “I’m sure they’re talking about it, but I have no idea.” Levin laughs. “It could be Conan O’Brien, the way things are going.”

It will be more than 22 years in the business when Levin leaves the post. “I’ve been doing this a long time,” he says. “It’s time… I think it’s just time to look at doing something else with this middle chunk of my life.” More…

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