Ralph Renick

Ralph Renick

Ralph Apperson Renick (August 9, 1928 – July 11, 1991) was a pioneer television news 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 in March 1949 until his departure nearly 36 years later in 1985.

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Ralph Renick - Death and Legacy
... the last months of his life hospitalized, Renick died on July 11, 1991, at Cedars Medical Center in Miami, of complications from hepatitis and liver disease ... News of Ralph Renick's death was the lead story on every Miami station and was the end of an era in television news ...