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Set Your DVR!: Art of Collecting with Reyne Haines and Jonathan Novack Premieres Thursday, September 10 on Channel 2, NBC Houston

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(Houston, Texas) September 9, 2009 - Regionally-sponsored television program The Art of Collecting, hosted by renowned appraiser Reyne Haines and local weatherman Jonathan Novack, will air twice weekly on KPRC Channel 2, Houston's NBC; premiering this Thursday, September 10 in the 11am news hour. Reyne and Jonathan will roam the field to address topics ranging from the antiques and collectibles market to integrating antiques with modern design. Each segment will air on Thursdays, with a re-airing on Saturdays in the 6am hour. Following broadcast, episodes will be available for streaming at www.click2houston.com.

To watch online, visit this website beginning Thursday afternoon:

http://www.click2houston.com/artofcollecting/index.html

Native Houston Reyne Haines is regularly called upon to appraise collectibles ranging from antique watches to $20 million paintings. She appears frequently in the national media, including The Early Show on CBS, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times and Martha Stewart Living Radio on Sirius, among many others. Reyne has a richly-illustrated book on watch collecting forthcoming from Krause, the leading collectibles publisher, and she appears on the hugely popular PBS series Antiques Roadshow. She is also a contributor to Houston lifestyle publication 002; her September article, on vintage barware, can be read at www.002mag.com.

Jonathan Novack is KPRC Local 2's weekend evening meteorologist, weather graphics producer and feature reporter. Prior to moving to television, he performed stand-up comedy, opening for comedians including Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Wright.

KPRC-TV is owned and operated by Post-Newsweek Stations, a subsidiary of the Washington Post Company.