The syndicated version of Dateline has improved both primetime and early fringe time periods by 10% for stations in November 2017 compared to a year ago.
NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution has sold Dateline in more than 70% of the country for its second season in national syndication, it was announced today from the NATPE conference in Miami.
Delivering a 1.4 household rating in the November 2017 sweep, Dateline is the highest-rated new one-hour syndicated strip to premiere in the last five seasons, according to NBCU.
Dateline has improved both primetime and early fringe time periods by 10% for stations in November 2017 compared to a year ago.
The syndicated version of Dateline is airing on Fox Television Stations as well as leading station groups across the country and has been renewed for season two on Sinclair, Tribune, Meredith, Nexstar, Graham Media, Gray, Tribune, COX Media Group, Tegna, Scripps, Sunbeam, Hubbard, Weigel, Quincy, Raycom and more.
Dateline is produced for syndication by NBC News’ Peacock Productions with Andy Cashman serving as executive producer. David Corvo is the senior executive producer and Liz Cole is the executive producer for Dateline NBC.