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RALEIGH, NC (AP) — A North Carolina television station’s top political reporter will become Gov. Pat McCrory’s next communications director.

McCrory’s office confirmed Friday that WNCN-TV’s Kim Genardo is joining the new Republican administration starting next week. Previous communications director Chris Walker announced earlier this month he was leaving the post after working with McCrory for three months, citing family concerns.

Genardo worked at WNCN since the late 1990s and was also a weekend anchor. The Chicago native and Northwestern University journalism school graduate previously worked at WGHP-TV in High Point.

McCrory’s office says Genardo will make $120,000.

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2015 years 8 months ago

I wonder, if an person has to go to another state to find work, will they have to paid taxes to NC? Who want to support this governor?

2015 years 8 months ago

For a Comunications Director? Smileys wasn’t far behind nor was Sleasley’s.
Wow and they will pay a very few of the unemployed $350/week versus her $2300 per week?

Yes I know I know…….she’s got her degree yada yadda yadda……

I betcha every darned reporter at WWAY is saying something very nasty under their breath right now……..



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