Best of Boston

Best TV, Anchor

1988 Best TV, Anchor

R. D. Sahl, Channel 7

His glasses, receding hairline, and crooked teeth are unusual for a local anchor, and so is one other thing: he's good—especially in live interviews and [...] read more»
1987 Best TV, Anchor

Natalie Jacobsen, Channel 5

Sure, she looks frumpy at times, especially when she's sharing the camera with husband Chet Curtis, aka the Pillsbury Doughboy. But she's still the Franchise. read more»
1985 Best TV, Anchor

Jack Hynes, Channel 56

The show's ratings are up, and the 10 p.m. slot becomes more appealing as cable and VCRs throw traditional viewing patterns out the window. And [...] read more»
1984 Best TV, Anchor

Jack Williams, Channel 4

When Williams began, he seemed like another Ted Baxter. Now he seems as aware of what he does as a Ted Knight. read more»
1982 Best TV, Anchor

Mary Richardson, Channel 5

Not even a baby slowed her down. The best in field, and no friend of Kevin White. read more»
1981 Best TV, Anchor

John Henning, formerly of Channel 7

When Henning got frustrated by his small audience and reduced exposure, he quit. That's what we like about him: smart. read more»