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Connection III’s ‘Hollywood’ Reaches Out

Jan 24, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Connection III Entertainment Corp.’s weekly entertainment newsmagazine “Made in Hollywood” is sold in more than 75% of the U.S., reaching an average of nearly 4 million viewers.
The show was picked up by ABC affiliates KGTV in San Diego, KMGH-TV in Denver and KITV in Honolulu, as well as Hearst duopoly KCRA/KQCA in Sacramento, Calif.
KCBS/KCAL in Los Angeles and ABC affiliate KGO in San Francisco have renewed the show.
“We feel confident that network affiliates and station groups will continue to make deals and renewals for our overall slate of television programming,” said Cleveland O’Neal, founder, president and CEO of Connection III.
Also, Connection III announced the addition of Bill Trotter as national sales manager. Trotter most recently was a senior vice president of sales, western region, for Universal Television Group.
5:55 p.m.: Updated 2nd and 5th paragraphs.

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