“In his eight years as news director, Bill led the newsroom through great ratings successes, sweeping industry changes, heartfelt community tributes and tough investigative projects,” Granju wrote. “Through it all, he was a wonderful boss.”
The celebratory comments of Granju and her WBIR colleagues work to counteract reports that Shory had “created a hostile work environment” at the station.
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