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Cyndy Brucato returns to KSTP to host 'Greater MSP Business' show

Former KSTP-TV news anchor Cyndy Brucato is returning to her old station to host a new show that highlights Twin Cities-area businesses and business leaders. "Greater MSP Business" will be broadcast weekly on Sunday mornings on KSTP starting in December.
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Former KSTP-TV news anchor Cyndy Brucato is returning to her old station to host a show that highlights Twin Cities-area businesses and business leaders, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal reported.

"Greater MSP Business" will be broadcast weekly on Sunday mornings on KSTP starting Dec. 16.

Greater MSP is a Twin Cities-wide economic development group. The mission of the private-public partnership is "to stimulate economic growth and prosperity in the Minneapolis Saint Paul region."

Aside from her anchor stints at KSTP, Brucato served as Minnesota Gov. Arne Carlson's deputy chief of staff in the early 1990s and has also worked for U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman.

Brucato currently runs the media consulting firm Brucato & Halliday with her husband, Brian Halliday.

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