From a media release:
Veteran news anchorÂ Ken Shaw announced this evening during CTV NEWS AT SIX that he will be retiring from the anchor chair following his final newscast on Monday, Jan. 6, 2020. With a career spanning six decades â€“ from the 1970s and into 2020 â€“ Shaw has been a welcomed guest in millions of homes each week throughout the GTA.
Co-Anchor of Toronto’s #1 newscasts CTV NEWS AT NOON and CTV NEWS AT SIX since April 2001, Shaw first joined the CTV News Toronto team in 1979 as a breaking news reporter. He later moved to the national beat as National Editor for the station, and then as Weekday Anchor for CTV News Channel, before returning to CTV News Toronto to become its anchor.
“There have been so many changes over the decades and I’ve been privileged to have a front-row seat for all of them. I’m so thankful for the trust viewers put in our team to document the stories of their lives,” said Shaw. “Although I’m leaving the day-to-day duties of the anchor desk, I’m excited to work on a number of special projects at CTV News.”
Following Shaw’s last broadcast from the anchor desk on Jan. 6, he will assume a new role with CTV News Channel where he will provide special reports on a number of key issues of importance to him, including the environment. The reports and accompanying podcasts and digital stories will be available on CTV News properties across Canada.
A look back on highlights from Shawâ€™s career is now featured at CTVNewsToronto.ca. Viewers wanting to send their best wishes can also post messages to the site.
The multiple award-winning Shaw has guided Torontonians through some of the most memorable and momentous local and international news headlines, earning CTV News Toronto its distinction as the most-watched local newscast in the GTA. From coverage of the G20 Summit in 2010, the ice storm that left thousands of Torontonians without power in December 2013, the deadly Toronto van attack in April 2018, the closing of GM Oshawa in November of 2018, and countless provincial and municipal elections, to breaking key revelations in the Toronto mayoral scandal, viewers consistently turn to Ken Shaw and Co-Anchor Michelle DubÃ© for the headlines that matter most.
An announcement about a new co-anchor for CTV News Toronto will be made on Monday, Dec. 9.
4 thoughts on “Ken Shaw announces his retirement from CTV News Toronto”
My husband and I are big fans of Ken Shaw, and wish him only the best. We have enjoyed his professionalism with his news reports and with his colleagues .He has a lot of class and has shown it every day of his career. We know that he feels it’s time to move on and we are sad to see him go. Best of luck in your new endeavors and God Bless you and your family. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Cannot wait to tell you Ken that you have a beautiful smile like no other that I have ever seen!!!!
You smile with your eyes and that is what I WILL REALLY MISS NOT SEEING is your beautiful smile!!
Many people I’m sure will truly agree with me!!!!!!!
God bless and keep you always Ken, along with your family.
Good luck Ken you were a great news caster u will be missed.
Where did you find the Fountain of Youth? Itâ€™s amazing!!! Youâ€™ve hardly changed
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