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Ralph Apperson Renick (August 9, 1928 – July 11, 1991) was a pioneer American television journalist for Miami's WTVJ, channel 4 (now channel 6), Florida's first television station. He was WTVJ's first and longest running news anchor and the driving force behind television news in South Florida from the station's inception ...


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May 25, 2007 ... Long-time South Florida anchor Jim Brosemer reports on the death of Woody DeFord, then the 'dean' of Miami TV news photographers. Brosemer is currently a pro...
Jun 29, 2017 ... Unique newscast... four great friends do WTVJ's 11PM newscast. Jim Brosemer, Bob Weaver and Tony Segreto were the regulars. Bob Mayer was filling in this night for Maryanne Kane. Jim Dyer did the Broward segment from the Yankee Clipper Hotel in Fort Lauderdale.
Jul 23, 2017 ... WTVJ / MIAMI - 1987 - Bob's Bargains - 99 Cent Breakfast - Intro By Jim Brosemer. thecardsaysmoops. Loading... Unsubscribe from thecardsaysmoops? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working... SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe 535. Loading. .. Loading... Working... Add to ...
Feb 25, 2016 ... Long time WTVJ anchorman, Jim Brosemer.


Oct 20, 2017 ... She credits her success to her “incredible professors” like Jim Brosemer and Myles Ludwig. “Professor Brosemer was a super-caring professor who saw my talent and encouraged me to go into broadcasting. Professor Ludwig was my Journalism 101 professor, and we would talk every day. I was so inspired ...


Nov 3, 2014 ... It was invaluable.” She hasn't forgotten his words after his last class. “He stopped me and said, 'Lisa, you're going to make it in this business.' To hear that from him meant a lot to me.” Former professor Jim Brosemer, another accomplished TV journalist, was instrumental in helping Kerney start her career.