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Longtime KSTP reporter joins Padilla Speer Beardsley

Bob McNaney will be the vice president of crisis and critical issues for the Minneapolis-based public relations firm. McNaney worked more than 20 years in broadcast journalism, including 17 years at KSTP's Hubbard Broadcasting.
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Bob McNaney will be the vice president of crisis and critical issues for the Minneapolis-based public relations firm, Business Journal reports.

McNaney worked more than 20 years in broadcast journalism, including 17 years at KSTP's Hubbard Broadcasting as a general assignment and investigative reporter.

He also won a National Emmy Award for Investigative Journalism in 2010.

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