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Several Prominent Utah Broadcasters Honored

Several Prominent Utah Broadcasters Honored

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(KSL News) Former KSL Weatherman Mark Eubank received a special honor today. Eubank was inducted into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

Mark Eubank forecasted Utah weather for close to 40 years before retiring last November. He said he was humbled to be included. "It's an honor beyond words. It's just such a wonderful thing to be recognized. I just did it because I loved it. It's just wonderful that people enjoy that," Eubank said.

Also inducted into the Hall of Fame was the late Doug Miller, known to many as "Mr. Outdoors," and radio broadcaster Joe Lee.

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