‘Bones’ Cleared in 45% of U.S.

Jan 28, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Fresh off a sale to TNT, Twentieth Television has cleared “Bones” to 45% of the country. The off-net drama now is in more than 20 markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia for a launch in fall 2009.
“As NATPE 2008 begins, we are thrilled that the momentum continues to build for the fall 2009 syndication debut of ‘Bones,’” said Bob Cook, president and chief operating officer of Twentieth.
Affiliates set to premiere the program in syndication include the Fox Television Stations’ WNYW/WWOR in New York, KTTV/KCOP in Los Angeles, WFLD/WPWR in Chicago, WTXF in Philadelphia, WFXT in Boston, KDFW/KDFI in Dallas, WTTG/WDCA in Washington, D.C., WAGA in Atlanta, KRIV/KTXH in Houston, WJBK in Detroit, KSAZ/KUTP in Phoenix, KMSP/WFTC in Minneapolis, WOFL/WRBW in Orlando, Fla., WUTB in Baltimore and KTBC in Austin, Texas; Tribune’s KCPQ/KMYQ in Seattle, KTXL in Sacramento, Calif., KRCW in Portland, Ore., and KSWB in San Diego; the CBS Station Group’s KPIX/KBCW in San Francisco; and Bahakel’s WCCB in Charlotte, N.C.

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