With the addition of 12 new stations, the syndicator says the morning talk show now reaches 25 of the top 30 markets.
Twentieth Television today announced that The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet has cleared 70% of U.S. TV homes with the addition of 12 new TV stations to its lineup.
The station roster of the morning talk show now includes 68 markets, including 25 of the top 30 and 18 of the top 20. The show, which debuted Jan. 22, relies on the Fox O&Os for carriage in the top markets. The Fox stations, like Twentieth, are owned by News Corp.
The new outlets:
- KTVU San Francisco (FOX), DMA 5—Owned by COX Communications
- KCRA Sacramento (NBC), DMA 20—Owned by Hearst-Argyle
- WRTV Indianapolis (ABC), DMA 25—Owned by McGraw-Hill
- KUSI San Diego (Independent), DMA 27—Owned by McKinnon Broadcasting
- WSYX Columbus (ABC), DMA 32—Owned by Sinclair
- WXIX Cincinnati (FOX), DMA 33—Owned by Raycom Media
- WGAL Harrisburg (NBC), DMA 41—Owned by Hearst-Argyle
- KVVU Las Vegas (FOX) DMA 43—Owned by Meredith Corporation
- WJXX Jacksonville (ABC) DMA 50—Owned by Media General
- WALA Mobile (FOX), DMA 59—Owned by LIN Television
- WINK Ft. Myers (CBS), DMA 64—Owned by Ft. Myers Broadcasting
- WSTM Syracuse (NBC), DMA 76—Owned by Raycom Media
“These stations represent what we are looking for in new affiliates, including strong time periods and a viewership that matches our target audience,” said Bob Cook, President, Twentieth Television.
With hosts Mike Jerrick and Juliet Huddy, the show features a mix of celebrity interviews, audience participation and discussion about pop culture, women’s health, fashion, parenting and relationships.