Bruce Christensen retires from KSL

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(KSL News) There was a changing of the guard here at KSL and our parent company, Bonneville International, today. Bruce Christensen retired from a career that started as a news reporter right here at KSL 42 years ago.

Most recently, Bruce has been Market Manager of all Bonneville properties in the Salt Lake market. That includes KSL-TV, KSL Radio,, FM 100, and The Arrow 103.5 "My Bonneville time has always been special because of the special people who were here," Bruce said.

In between his stints at KSL, Bruce was president and CEO of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in Washington, D.C., and dean of BYU's College of Fine Arts and Communications.

Bob Johnson will take Bruce's place as our new market manager. He's currently Bonneville's executive vice president and chief operating officer.

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