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Todd Boatwright has always had a fixation with television. When he watched television as a youngster, he was always trying to figure out how they put the show together rather than paying attention to the content. Continue Reading...
Ed Greenberger is our Dayside Anchor. Since joining Spectrum News in 2013, Ed has won several Texas Associated Press Broadcasters awards for reporting and anchoring. Continue Reading...
Meg Bonacorsi joined Spectrum News as an evening anchor in September 2015. Before that, she was in Waco working as a morning anchor and reporter. There, Meg covered stories that made national headlines including the West fertilizer plant explosion and the biker shootout at Twin Peaks. Continue Reading...
Weekend Anchor and Reporter
Victor Diaz specializes in two of his favorite topics: show business and sports. Victor covers everything from local productions to Hollywood blockbusters and specialty films that populate Austin's art houses. Continue Reading...
In Focus Host
Elizabeth Jeneault has been with Spectrum News since 2013. Her work led her to win the 2016 Barbara Jordan Media Award in the broadcast feature category from the Texas Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities. Continue reading....
Reena Diamante joined Spectrum News in March 2017 as the Hays County bureau reporter. Reena started her career at NY1 News in New York City during the summer of 2013. Continue reading...
Born and raised in San Antonio's South Side, Annette's dreams of becoming a reporter began to sprout roots while she was attending the University of the Incarnate Word. Continue reading...
Hays County Bureau Reporter
Kathryn Gisi is from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. She stumbled into journalism at Texas State University. While it had not been a childhood dream, she quickly learned that telling stories suited her. Continue reading...
As an award-winning multi-platform journalist who delivers 20 years of broadcast experience to the Spectrum News team, John A. Salazar began his career working in production before transitioning to the newsroom. Continue Reading...
Jeff Stensland knew he wanted to be a reporter more than 20 years ago, watching live news coverage of a floating bridge as it sank. News crews lined the shore and had a front-row seat to the unfolding event. Continue Reading...
Alex Stockwell joined the Spectrum News staff in September 2014 as a video journalist.
She is a lifelong Texan, graduating from New Braunfels High School, the home of the Unicorns. Continue Reading...
Award-winning journalist Alese Underwood is an on-air reporter for Spectrum News San Antonio and is excited to continue her career in the Alamo City covering Bexar County government and education. Continue reading...
LeAnn Wallace joined Spectrum News' political team in December 2012, and became our traffic reporter in 2017. A Minnesota native, she happily traded in months of snow and cold for months of Texas sunshine and triple-digit temperatures. Continue Reading...
Capital Tonight Anchor
Karina Kling is the Capital Tonight Anchor for Spectrum News. She joined Spectrum 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. Continue Reading...
Capital Tonight Contributor
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. Continue reading...
Capital Tonight Contributor
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. Continue reading…
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 insiders newsletter. Continue Reading...
Sports Anchor and Reporter
Joaquin Sanchez is a local Austinite who is thrilled to be back home. Ever since graduating from the University of Texas in 2007 with a degree in broadcast journalism, his goal has been to get back to the city he calls home. Continue reading...
Jeff's career in sports broadcasting took form when he knew he probably wasn't good enough to play any sports professionally, around the age of 6. Now Jeff works as a sports reporter for Spectrum News in San Antonio, covering everything from high school football to the Alamo City's favorite team. Continue reading...
Senior Sports Producer
Dennis came to Austin in 2011 after spending two years as an associate producer and reporter at KNSD in San Diego, then another two years filling the same role at his hometown NBC affiliate, KPRC in Houston. Continue Reading...
Burton Fitzsimmons’ curiosity about weather began while growing up on a 20-acre farm in San Antonio. From a hilltop view on the farm, he could watch clouds form and thunderstorms develop. Continue reading...
Adam joined the Spectrum News weather team in February 2008 and almost immediately discovered what makes Spectrum News' weather coverage so unique. Continue Reading...
A native Texan and familiar face to Austinites for more than a decade, Dan Robertson has been fortunate to spend his entire 20-year television career in only two cities. Continue reading...
Rich Segal has been doing weather for more than 35 years. His career began in Columbia, Missouri, when he was asked to be a fill-in weathercaster for the University of Missouri television station, KOMU-TV, an NBC affiliate. Continue reading...
Kelly Slifka began working at Spectrum News as a meteorologist/traffic reporter in July of 2014. He grew up in Minnesota and was fascinated with weather and always knew he would be a meteorologist. Continue reading...
Meteorology piqued Mary's interest at 6 years old when a tornado ripped through her aunt's Cincinnati neighborhood. That's when she became fascinated with the weather and knew she wanted to be a "TV Weather Person" Continue Reading...
- Jennifer Dodd
Assistant News Director
- Lessly Stallings
- Michelle Cortez
- Meghan Gonzalez
- Rachel Smith
Assignment Desk Team
- Kiki Jones - Assignment Manager
- Ross Blake - Senior Editor
- Develon Douglas
- Eileen Pace
- Joshua Kleinstreuer
- Sarah Wolfgram
- Anna Gallegos
- Steven Schooler
- Justin Tidrow
- Dawson Heath - Manager
- William Sherwood
- Mike Pruitt - Manager
- David Castaneda
- Joshua Castaneda
- Christopher Green
- Michael Hernandez
- Chris Rodriguez
- Shari Marshall
- Kevin Kelly - Senior Director
- John Claybrook - Manager
- Blake Thompson - Senior TD
- Shannon Bendas
- Chris Fields
- LaTanya Green
- Paul Jimenez
- Frank Makri
- Nigel Melton
- Prentice Milam
- Abe Salazar
- Hugo Silva
- Timothy Solow
- Rebecca Tidrow
- Carlos Vega
- Saige Villanueva
- Kameron Walker
- Katherine Walsh
- Shane Wilder
- Ed Keiner - Chief Photographer
- Brent Desilets
- Jesse Moloney
- Drew Moses
- John Pope
- James Taplin
- Robert Vaughn