Chuck Roberts anchored CNN's Headline News from it's very first broadcast in 1982, until he retired yesterday. You may not know his name, but you'll almost certainly recognize his face (and/or voice) if you watch this 2 minute clip HERE of his sign-off.
From the mid-1980s through the mid-1990s I watched Headline News almost everyday, sometimes twice a day. Back then it ran repeating half hour news broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Each was a complete news broadcast in 30 minutes. They ran at a clipped pace, with news at the top and sports 18 minutes in, I remember. There was also a slot for business news and entertainment news, as well as weather.
It can be hard to remember today why that was so compelling back then. Before the internet it was more-or-less the only way to get 'immediate' news and sports scores. The internet made that obsolete, however. So Headline News (now "HLN") has morphed itself several times since to try to make itself more relevant in the internet age. Most recently their prime time line-up has been populated with opinionated 'personalties' like Nancy Grace, who hosts their top-rated show.
Through it all Chuck Roberts persevered for almost 29 years, with his his more traditional 'anchorman' style. Until today.