For a quarter century, WSAZ viewers got to know Bos Johnson. He was an anchor and reporter for the station during a time in which several major news stories took place. Bos covered the Marshall University plane crash and the collapse of the Silver Bridge.
“There was really a sincere effort on the part of news people and everyone else in the station to try to serve them—give them what they wanted and needed. I hope we succeeded more often than not,” Bos told WSAZ recently.
Catch up with Bos Johnson by watching his full interview. You can also send him your comments below.
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Bos left WSAZ in 1976 and is currently retired after several different careers, but still stays busy. He was recently appointed to the board of zoning appeals in Huntington.
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