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KPRC LOCAL 2 LAUNCHES LOCAL 30-MINUTE WEEKLY SHOW “BEYOND THE HEADLINES” WITH KIM DAVIS

KPRC LOCAL 2 LAUNCHES LOCAL 30-MINUTE WEEKLY SHOW
“BEYOND THE HEADLINES” WITH KIM DAVIS

Debuts Sunday, October 5th at 5:30 AM

Houston, TX (October 3, 2008) – KPRC Local 2 is proud to announce a new local 30-minute weekly issues show, “Beyond the Headlines,” with Kim Davis. Davis is a veteran news and sports broadcaster with nearly two decades of experience in print, radio and television journalism. She is the Senior Producer and Host of “Beyond the Headlines.”

“Beyond the Headlines,” started as a segment in the Saturday morning newscasts earlier this year. This weekend, the show expands to its new half-hour format on Sunday mornings at 5:30 AM. “Beyond the Headlines,” will give viewers an in-depth look at some of the big stories and issues of the week. The debut show focuses on the current economic crisis with live interviews. This week’s guests include Julie Cripe, President and CEO of Omnibank, Dr. Mahmoud El-Gamal, Chair, Rice University Economics Department and Certified Financial Planner/CPA, Earl Allen.

Each week, Davis will look at various issues that affect our city, state and nation with experts chiming in to give the viewers a broader perspective. KPRC Local 2 is “Your Education Station,” and “Beyond the Headlines,” is another way the station aims to educate its audience. Davis is a proven journalist, skilled interviewer and host and brings a wide range of experience to this exciting new show.

“I love finding the story behind the story and talking with people about all sorts of issues and stories,” Davis said. “This show is a great opportunity for me to draw from all of my experience and give local viewers a different perspective than the get in our newscasts.”

For additional information, contact Kim Davis at: kdavis@kprc.com or 713-778-4917.

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