‘Megan Mullally’ Cleared in 70 Percent of Country

Jan 25, 2006  •  Post A Comment

NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution has sold the talk strip “The Megan Mullally Show” in more than 70 percent of the U.S. for its fall 2006 launch in national syndication. The announcement was made Tuesday at the NATPE annual convention in Las Vegas by Barry Wallach, president of the company.

“Megan” has now been sold on broadcast stations owned by Viacom, Hearst-Argyle, Gannett, Scripps, Raycom, Cox, Young, Emmis, Belo and LIN.

New markets include WHDH-TV in Boston, WDIV-TV in Detroit, WFTV-TV in Orlando, Fla., WFTS-TV in Tampa, Fla., WOIO/WUAB-TV in Cleveland, KNSD-TV in San Diego and WISN-TV in Milwaukee.

“Megan,” which will be shot in Los Angeles, has already been sold to its corporate cousin, the NBC owned-and-operated stations.