NATPE 2019

‘25 Words Or Less’ Tops 75% Clearance

Distributed by Twentieth Television, the new game show with Meredith Vieira, is slotted for debut this fall in 125 markets so far.

‘Page Six TV’ Host Fugelsang Leaves

Guest hosts are filling in after John Fugelsang’s exit, which was called “a mutually agreed upon decision.”

Fox Television Stations Renew ‘Page Six TV’

The freshman daily pop culture syndicated show is extended through the 2018-19 season. It reaches 98% of the U.S.

‘Page Six TV’ To Begin Streaming On Hulu

The freshman syndicated show from the New York Post and Endemol Shine North America will be available the day after broadcast beginning Thursday.

Syndicated ‘Page Six TV’ To Launch Sept. 18

The new strip from Endemol Shine North America and the New York Post has been sold by Twentieth Television in more than 98% of the U.S. Kay O’Connell and Michael Bachmann are executive producers.

PROMAXBDA STATION SUMMIT

New ‘Page Six TV’ Getting Major Promo Push

The campaign for the new Twentieth Television syndicated show that debuts in fall is designed to brand the insider status of the show’s three gossip reporters. “I’ve worked at Twentieth TV for a long time, but I’ve never been part of a show that has created the highest level of synergy across 21st Century Fox,” said Richard Dumont, SVP of marketing for Twentieth TV. Above: The show’s on-air team of (l-r)  Elizabeth Wagmeister, Carlos Greer, Bevy Smith and John Fugelsang.

‘Page Six TV’ Surpasses 90% Clearance

The new syndicated show from the New York Post and Endemol Shine North America has now been sold by Twentieth Television in 185 markets for a fall premiere.

‘Page Six TV’ Clearances Rise To 60%+

The new Twentieth Television daily gossip/entertainment news strip is now cleared in nine of the top 10 U.S. markets.

Behind The Success Of ‘Last Man Standing’

ABC’s Friday comedy Last Man Standing was not a hot off-network commodity when Twentieth Television first took it syndication buyers at NATPE 2014. For the week of Dec.5, Last Man Standing was No.4 among all 19 comedies airing in broadcast syndication. It’s hard to pinpoint one reason behind the show’s unexpected strong syndication run. But one may be  Tim Allen — star-driven sitcoms have always been a major draw for stations looking for off-network product.

Fox Stations Picks Up ‘Top 30’ News Strip

The daily news strip had a four-week summer test. It features the “top 30 stories of the day” and is distributed by Twentieth Television.