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62-year broadcast vet Duncan dies

Norvin Duncan, 85, a veteran newsman and broadcaster whose 62-year career
included 42 years at WFBC-TV (now WYFF-TV) Greenville, S.C., died of cancer
April 25 in Greenville.

Duncan was WFBC-TV's first anchor when it went on the air in 1954 and was
also an announcer, program director and editorial chairman at the station.

He joined WGGS-TV Greenville in 1983 as assistant to the president, where he
remained until just recently.

He was also a past president of the Radio & Television News Directors
Association of the Carolinas.

Duncan is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters.