Roby Brock to Host Capitol View, Talk Business & Politics on Nexstar Stations Statewide

Nexstar Corp. and Talk Business & Politics announced Thursday (Sept. 8) that Roby Brock will be the new host of Capitol View, which airs statewide. Brock was the original host of the program when it debuted in 2013.

Brock will also return to multiple Nexstar stations with Talk Business & Politics, which he anchored on air in Arkansas for 23 years. Nexstar operates KARK and Fox 16 in the Little Rock TV market and KNWA and Fox 24 in the Northwest Arkansas/Fort Smith TV market. A schedule for programs and stations will be distributed next week. Changes will begin on Sunday, September 18, 2022.

“Roby is one of our state’s most respected political analysts. He has built his reputation on being fair and objective on every story. I love his tenacious approach to covering politics and business. We are thrilled to have Roby is back with us and we look forward to growing our station’s brand as the leader in political news in our state with him on our team,” said Ernie Paulson, Chief News Officer for KARK and KLRT Fox. 16.

“I can’t wait to get back to KARK and Fox 16 and all the other stations in the state,” Brock said. “With a full hour each week, both programs will give us even more bandwidth to explore Arkansas politics, politics and business, and I think viewers will be more informed and engaged as a result.”

Capitol View is a Sunday morning political talk show produced by Nexstar Corp. which airs on several television stations in Arkansas and surrounding states. The show launched in 2013 and features interviews with politicians at the local, state and federal levels, as well as panel discussions with experts and policymakers.

Talk Business & Politics is a 23-year-old media outlet covering business and politics in Arkansas across television, radio, online (TalkBusiness.net), newsprint, email, and social and digital platforms . Talk Business & Politics has offices in Little Rock, Fort Smith, Jonesboro and northwest Arkansas. The parent company, Natural State Media, also owns the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal.

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