Kent Shocknek Announces Retirement From KCAL-TV
KCAL-TV anchor Kent Shocknek announced that he plans to retire in September. He joined KCBS-TV in April 2001 and moved to KCAL-TV as evening anchor in November 2013. He previously worked at KNBC-TV as an anchor. During his illustrious career, Shocknek has won two Los Angeles Press Club awards; Golden Mike Awards for best daytime newscast; the Associated Press Award for best radio feature; and the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award for Investigative Reporting. He has earned five Emmy Awards, and more than a dozen Emmy nominations.
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