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Newsmakers: Steve Cannon reflects on his 42 year broadcasting career

East Idaho Newsmakers

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In this edition of East Idaho Newsmakers, Nate Eaton talks with Steve Cannon. Cannon is a broadcasting legend in Idaho who retired last week after a 42 year career.

Cannon got his first job in broadcasting in 1970 at a small radio station in Rexburg. He began his television career at then KID-TV3 in 1977 and since then, has worked at Channel 3 as a reporter, news anchor, farm director, assistant news director and weather forecaster.

During their conversation, Cannon shares stories he remembers, how the industry has changed over the years, what he plans to do next and why he remained in east Idaho his entire career when most television personalities move to other markets.

Watch the video above for the entire conversation!

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