Boston TV legend announces retirement plans
His last day is May 20, 2020.
Price said he and station owner Ed Ansin met and decided, even though there was still three years left on Price’s contract, that it was time for Price to exit.
He called the split “very civil.” The station had been suffering from low ratings at the time.
At the time, he emphasized he was not retiring.
Price is also the nation’s first openly gay anchor. He and his husband have homes in Maine and South Carolina.