Former NHPTV producer Richard Ager dies
Ager covered New Hampshire politics and stories for NHPTV for 18 years and had been a political affairs reporter and producer at Wyoming PBS for the past two years.
“He received so many comments from the subjects of his stories, talking about his fairness, journalistic skill and integrity,” said DeAngelis. “He received hand-written notes from those he interviewed thanking him for the story. We have missed him greatly since he left NHPTV, and will even more so now.”
He is survived by his wife, Renee, and sons Robert and Reece.
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