Ken Matz? Ken anchored WCAU-TV's 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts but actually began his career in radio as a jock and newscaster on WIBG from 1969 to 1976. He also spent a short stint at KYW newsradio before going on to a few other stations, followed by the television news route. He started at a station in Miami before coming back to Philadelphia in 1992 to replace the departing Larry Kane as anchor of "News 10". He co-anchored with Jane Robelot (watch a clip HERE of the anchor duo, courtesy of You Tube) until her departure to CBS then was paired with Renee Chenault (now Chenault-Fattah). Matz continued at WCAU until 1998. Larry Mendte, who arrived from "Access Hollywood" in September '97 to anchor the 11 p.m. and a new 4 o'clock newscast, eventually replaced Matz to also anchor the 6 p.m. show. Ken is now retired and resides in Florida doing an occasional voice-over and repairing his neighbors computers.