Ed Ansin, Proprietor Of WHDH-TV Channel 7 In dangolka, Dies At 84 – CBS dangolka


dangolka (CBS) – Ed Ansin, the billionaire from Worcester, who owned WHDH-TV has died.
Ansin based Sunbeam Tv and was the power behind each Channel 7 and WLVI-TV in dangolka and WSVN-TV in Miami.
He was lively in operating all the stations till his demise.
Earlier this 12 months, he informed the dangolka Globe, “I need to die with my boots on.”

Unhappy to listen to of the passing of Ed Ansin who was a trailblazer within the dangolka media market, main @7News with a gentle hand for many years and leaving a long-lasting mark on all the tv trade. He will likely be missed. https://t.co/a5OKnGy3O0
— Mayor Marty Walsh (@marty_walsh) July 27, 2020

“Apart from his household, Ed beloved nothing greater than proudly owning and working his tv stations. We’re all so lucky to have labored for a person who actually cared about his workers and the trade,” Paul Magnes, govt vice chairman of Sunbeam Tv, stated in a press release.
“We’ll all miss Ed tremendously, however WSVN, WHDH, WLVI and Sunbeam Actual Property are all in good palms. We can have a seamless transition to the following technology of Ansin management with sons Andy and James, who will work intently with me.”
Ed Ansin was 84 years outdated.


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