‘Anderson’ Adds 25 Stations To Lineup

The additional markets bring the new Warner Bros. talk strip clearances to more than 82% of the U.S.

Another 25 stations have bought the rights to air Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution’s Anderson starting in fall 2011, bringing the clearance level to 104 stations representing more than 82% of the country.

New clearances in major markets include:  KYW Philadelphia; WFAA Dallas; WXIA Atlanta; KPHO Phoenix; KING Seattle; WFTS Tampa; WCCO Minneapolis; KUSA-KTVD Denver; WFOR-WBFS Miami; WOIO Cleveland; KDNL St. Louis; KGW Portland, Ore.; WCCB Charlotte, N.C.; KVVU Las Vegas; WATE Knoxville, Tenn.; WKYT Lexington, Ky.; WHEC Rochester, N.Y.; WRSP Champaign, Ill.; and WSBT South Bend), Ind., among others.

The new series will replace Oprah in Knoxville and Lexington (as well as in Washington, D.C., San Diego and Bakersfield, as previously reported).

All in all, stations from groups including Allbritton, Bahakel, Belo, Capital, CBS, Citadel, Cordillera, Cox, Draper, Fisher, Fox, Freedom, Gannett, GOCOM, Gray, Hearst, Hubbard, LIN, Local TV, London, Media General, Meredith, Midwest TV, Morgan Murphy, National, News Press & Gazzette, New Vision, Newport, Northwest, Post-Newsweek, Raycom, Sarkes Tarzian, Schurz, Scripps, Sinclair, Smith Media, Titan, Tribune and Young have bought the new daily series.

The series will be based in New York City and produced by Telepictures Productions in association with StrongChild Productions and Anderson will serve as an executive producer.


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