January 31, 2007

WFAA-TV Names Chris Tynan Huston Senior Producer Of Good Morning Texas

DALLAS -- Chris Tynan Huston has been named senior producer of Good Morning Texas, the station's market-leading, one-hour morning talk and information program that airs at 9 a.m. on WFAA. She assumes her new responsibilities immediately.

"Chris has provided an enormous amount of energy, continuity and leadership to the program, and this new title reflects her positive impact," said Dave Muscari, WFAA vice president/product development and the program's executive producer.

Huston joined the WFAA staff in 2000 working as a producer on Good Morning Texas. She left WFAA for a brief time working with a local literary agent before returning to the station in 2003.

"Chris has a diversity of work experience," said Muscari, "which is helpful when it comes to producing such a topical program."

"Good Morning Texas competes against national programming in the time slot, so our focus is local," said Muscari. "Chris knows north Texas, and how to provide our viewers with entertaining daily snapshots of the captivating people, interesting places and happenings in D-FW. She has also done a good job working with a wide variety of clients and our account executives to help them create exposure for clients."

Huston began her career in Atlantic City, N.J. as a sports anchor/reporter. She continued as a sports reporter in markets including El Paso, Austin and Dallas-Fort Worth before joining WFAA.

She is a graduate of Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and lives in Trophy Club, Texas with her husband.


WFAA-TV is a subsidiary of Belo Corp., one of the nation's largest media companies with a diversified group of market-leading television, newspaper, cable and interactive media assets. A Fortune 1000 company with 7,400 employees and more than $1.5 billion in annual revenues, Belo operates in some of America's most dynamic markets in Texas, the Northwest, the Southwest, the Mid-Atlantic and Rhode Island. Belo owns 19 television stations, six of which are in the 15 largest U.S. broadcast markets. The Company also owns or operates seven cable news channels and manages one television station through a local marketing agreement. Belo's daily newspapers are The Dallas Morning News, The Providence Journal, The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA) and the Denton Record-Chronicle (Denton, TX). The Company also publishes specialty publications targeting young adults, and the fast-growing Hispanic market, including Quick and Al D a in Dallas/Fort Worth, and El D and La Prensa in Riverside. Belo operates more than 30 Web sites associated with its operating companies. Additional information is available at www.belo.com . For more information on WFAA contact Dave Muscari, vice president/product development at 214-977-6490.