KFOR GM Boyer Retiring
Local TV taps Oklahoma City station manager to succeed
By Michael Malone -- Broadcasting & Cable, 10/1/2012 1:17:39 PM
Boyer's broadcasting career started during a Radio Club stint in high school 48 years ago.
"My decision was sealed when one day I realized that, without noticing, I had crossed the mortality line from 'He died too soon' to 'He lived a full life,'" Boyer said in an email to friends and colleagues. "Whatever fullness I have left, I'm not going to spend sitting behind a desk."
Boyer says he'll assist in the management transition at the NBC-MyNet duopoly through 2012.
"I've lived in some wonderful cities and worked at some great television stations," he said. "And I've associated with some of the most talented and creative people in the business. It's been a grand experience."
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