According to Wikipedia,
Al Terzi is a Politics and news anchor who works for WTIC-TV. Terzi has worked in Connecticut for all but two years since 1968. He is considered "the Dean of Connecticut news anchors." Career Al began with WTIC-AM-FM-TV in June 1968 as a staff announcer. The station was owned by Travelers Insurance. When The Washington Post bought the television station in 1973 and renamed it WFSB, Terzi remained as newscaster and talk show host. He was the original host when New England Journal, a one-hour daily talk show, debuted in 1974.
Al Terzi is affiliated with the following schools: