WKYT sports anchor Rob Bromley joked with news director Rob Thomas (not pictured) before his broadcast at WKYT on Monday. Bromley announced he will retire from WKYT after 40 years on Sept. 29.
WKYT sports anchor Rob Bromley joked with news director Rob Thomas (not pictured) before his broadcast at WKYT on Monday. Bromley announced he will retire from WKYT after 40 years on Sept. 29. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com
WKYT sports anchor Rob Bromley joked with news director Rob Thomas (not pictured) before his broadcast at WKYT on Monday. Bromley announced he will retire from WKYT after 40 years on Sept. 29. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com

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