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Tony Segreto retires from WTVJ

Say goodbye to another old TV friend. Just six months after Dwight Lauderdale ended his 35 years in Segreto South Florida television, WTVJ-NBC 6 anchor Tony Segreto announced Monday that he'll retire at the end of the year.

"As this chapter comes to a close and a new one begins I could not be happier or more at peace," said Segreto, 58, who started as an intern at WTVJ in 1968. He worked as a photographer, producer, reporter and sports anchor before taking over as the main news anchor in 1992.

Segreto, married with two children, says he's not going anywhere except off your television set -- he'll stay in South Florida. Stay tuned for more details.


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