NEW YORK -- Bob Teague, a former news anchor, reporter and producer and one of New York City's first black television journalists, has died. He was 84.WNBC says Mr. Teague died Thursday. His widow, Jan, told The New York Times that he suffered from T-cell lymphoma.Mr. Teague joined the station in 1963 after starting his career at the Milwaukee Journal.WNBC calls Mr. Teague a broadcast pioneer with a passion for news and serving his New York viewers.Mr. Teague was the author of several books, both fiction and nonfiction.