In Two Months of Selling, Warner Bros. Reaches 75% Clearance for ‘Big Bang’ Broadcast Syndication

Jul 19, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Warner Bros. has reached 75% clearance for "The Big Bang Theory" broadcast syndication after two months of sales, reports TVNewsCheck.com.

Set for a run that will begin in the fall of 2011, the hit CBS show has been purchased in syndication in two dozen additional markets, ranging from San Francisco to Las Vegas, the story says. T

he show was first sold into syndication by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution in mid-May, when Fox Television stations bought the show to air in 10 markets and TBS purchased the cable rights.

In the most recent sales, Cox Media bought rights to air the show in San Francisco’s Fox affiliate KTVU-TV and independent KICU-TV, while Sinclair Broadcast Group stations will air the program in several markets such as Las Vegas and San Antonio, Texas, the story says.

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