Kendall Buhl began at WBZ as a traffic reporter in 2004, and became an anchor in 2005. Kendall began his radio news career as an anchor and reporter at Metro News in Hong Kong in 1992. He worked for five years as an anchor at International Community Radio in Taipei, and reported freelance from Taiwan for CNN, the BBC, NPR, Voice of America and other international news organizations.
Moving to Massachusetts in 1999, Kendall worked first at WESX in Salem and then as host of the morning news and talk show on WBOQ in Beverly. In 2002, he won the Associated Press award for short-form newscast.
In addition to radio news, Kendall works as a call firefighter and EMT in Ipswich and teaches karate at Tokyo Joe’s Studios of Self Defense in Salisbury, which he owns with his wife Caroline.
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