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Updated 09/07/2014 04:01 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff

Capital Tonight Anchor


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Now entering his silver anniversary as a journalist, Paul Brown reports the latest political news to Central Texas viewers as Time Warner Cable News' anchor of "Capital Tonight." Paul started his news gathering experience in Austin as a graduate of the University of Texas and today serves the community both in and out of the newsroom.

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Updated 09/07/2014 03:42 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff

Reporter for 'Capital Tonight'


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Karina Kling is Time Warner Cable News' political reporter. She joined TWC News in September, 2008 as the Williamson County Bureau Chief where she worked for a year before moving into the Austin newsroom to take on Texas politics.

Karina earned her master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School.

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Updated 09/07/2014 03:42 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff

Weekend Anchor and 'Capital Tonight' Reporter

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LeAnn Wallace joined Time Warner Cable News' political team in December of 2012. As a Minnesota native, she’s cautiously optimistic she’ll enjoy trading in months of snow and cold – for months of Texas sunshine and triple digit temperatures.

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Updated 09/07/2014 04:02 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff

Capital Tonight Executive Producer


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Sarah Grady is Capital Tonight’s Executive Producer.

Sarah has been with the Time Warner Cable News family since 2004. She is a native New Yorker and graduated from Syracuse University’s S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications with a BS in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science.

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01/14/2011 06:05 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff

Capital Tonight Contributor

Veteran Capitol reporter Harvey Kronberg began his career in Texas politics as a contract writer for the Quorum Report in 1989. The publication was founded in 1983 and is Texas oldest political insider’s newsletter.

Over the years Kronberg established a reputation for analysis and a real world view of the backrooms of Texas politics and government. Former Lt. Governor and Texas icon Bob Bullock called Kronberg “…the Capitol’s most astute observer.”

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Updated 06/15/2012 08:37 AM Posted By: TWC News Staff

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Harold Cook is a public relations strategist and political advisor who has long been active in strategic communications, media operations, public policy formation and strategy, elections and politics.

A Democrat who even Republicans call “well-respected,” Cook has extensive legislative and governmental experience. He has served two Texas Secretaries of State, and worked at the Texas General Land Office as team leader of web marketing and public relations. He’s worked in the Texas House of Representatives, and as a consultant for the Texas Senate Democratic Caucus. He also worked for several years in private industry in the offshore oil and gas business.

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06/13/2012 11:43 AM Posted By: TWC News Staff

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Ted Delisi formed his own government relations and political affairs firm, Delisi Communications, after successfully directing legislative, Congressional and statewide campaigns in Texas and across the nation. He brings more than a decade of experience in political strategy, government relations, media and grassroots advocacy. In 2005, Ted and his wife were named by Texas Monthly as two of the most powerful 25 political leaders in Texas politics.

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