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Bob Teague, Who Helped Integrate TV News, Is Dead at 84

Bob Teague, one of New York’s first Black television journalists, died at the age of 84 Thursday in New Brunswick, New Jersey. In 1963, he joined WNBC-TV and continued in the field for decades as a reporter, anchorman and producer and challenged the status quo of journalism. 

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