Domestic Television Distribution said Tuesday it has sold its new series starring Martha Stewart to stations covering more than 60 percent of the country. The new stations belong to groups including Hearst-Argyle, Gannett, Scripps Howard, Belo, Freedom, CBS, Young, Clear Channel, Meredith and Milwaukee Journal. NBCU had previously said only that the show was cleared on the NBC-owned stations. In one market, Orlando, Fla., the Martha Stewart show is expected to air in the morning, replacing NBCU’s “Starting Over,” which is being upgraded to a 3 p.m. time slot.
Martha Stewart Series Clears 60 Percent: NBC Universal
Jan 25, 2005 • Post A Comment