Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution will roll out the show in syndication next fall with the Tribune stations on board. It begins its fourth season on CBS next month.
The daily news entertainment hour that began as a test in March on KTTV Los Angeles, will roll out to the other stations in the group beginning next fall. After that, it will be offered to stations in other markets on an all-cash basis.
Judy Mitchell today was named vice president, affiliate marketing and co-op, Warner Bros. Domestic Television (WBDTD). In her new role, Mitchell will be responsible for the supervision, organization and communication of local station marketing, media and promotion strategies internally and with affiliates, working closely with the sales and WBDTD/Telepictures’ marketing teams. Mitchell will also oversee […]
A week after opening up sales of the new hour strip, stations from groups including Hearst, Gannett, LIN, Newport, Sinclair, Local TV, Hubbard, Fisher, Midwest TV and Smith get on board for the fall 2011 debut.