• Longtime Seattle sportscaster Bruce King dies

    By: Tacoma News Tribune

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    Bruce King, the longtime sports anchor at KOMO-TV, has died, according to the station.

    King, 83, retired in 1999 after 31 years with KOMO.

    The University of Oregon graduate broke into television at KEZI-TV in Eugene in 1960, the Seattle Times reported when he retired.

    He was at KEZI for five years and then worked briefly at KNTV-TV in San Jose before he became a producer/reporter for KABC-TV in Los Angeles in 1966. He moved to KOMO as sports director from 1968 to 1980.

    After a brief stint at New York’s WABC-TV, King returned to KOMO in 1981 and finished out his career there as one of Seattle’s most recognized sports media personalities.

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