The new Twentieth Television daily gossip/entertainment news strip is now cleared in nine of the top 10 U.S. markets.
‘Page Six TV’ Clearances Rise To 60%+
New clearances have boosted national coverage of Twentieth Television’s Page Six TV to more than 60% of the country, the syndicator announced today.
The show, adapted from the famed gossip page of the New York Post — which is co-producing the TV show with Endemol Shine North America — is now cleared in nine of the top 10 markets, Twentieth said.
The daily strip focusing on entertainment and celebrity news and gossip has now been sold in more than 150 markets in advance of its debut next fall, the Twentieth announcement said.
The new clearances are on stations owned by Sinclair, Meredith, Scripps and Mission, Twentieth said. The show has also been cleared on The CW Plus, representing more than 100 stations.
Page Six TV was previously cleared on Fox-owned stations in 17 markets.
“Page Six TV offers local stations a fresh and groundbreaking program for their access time periods — an area within the syndication marketplace that has been void of new program offerings for many years,” said Ken Lawson, SVP and General Sales Manager, Broadcast Sales of Twentieth Television. “We are thrilled that stations across the country are following the lead of the Fox Television Stations in showcasing the program across their high-profile evening time slots.”