A Legendary, Local TV Man Passes Away

 

A legendary T-V man so many of us grew up watching has passed away. Fred Griffith died today at the age of 90.

The longtime Cleveland television personality graced the airwaves for more than 50 years locally.

Griffith worked at WEWS TV-5 from 1966 to 1999 and was best known as the co-host of Channel-5's popular show 'The Morning Exchange' which debuted in 1972.

Griffith's talents were so well respected that ABC once tried to hire him to host 'Good Morning America'.

Griffith also worked at WKYC TV-3 for twelve years before retiring in 2012.

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