San Fran radio biz editor retires
Bob Price, who reported on business and economics twice an hour as the KCBS business editor, has retired from the San Francisco radio station.
Price did his daily KCBS financial reports from the Pacific Exchange in downtown San Francisco every half hour at :25 and :55. He also covered the market’s “Opening Bell” at 6:40 a.m. and the “Closing Bell” at 1:10 p.m. and died other reports throughout the day.
Throughout his career, Price received numerous awards including “Best Newscast” from the San Francisco Press Club, “First Place News Writing” from the Peninsula Press Club, and “Best Newscast” from U.P.I.
Price had been at the station for the past 24 years, manning the “MoneyWatch” desk for the past 12 years.
Here is a report about his retirement. Price plans to spend more time traveling with his wife.