Twentieth’s ‘Mother’ Clears 75% of Syndie Markets

Jan 28, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Twentieth Television has cleared “How I Met Your Mother” for broadcast syndication in 75% of the country, on stations including WNYW in New York, KTTV in Los Angeles and WFLD in Chicago.
More than 100 markets have been added to the comedy’s roster, including 23 of the top 25 markets.
The program will make its broadcast syndication debut in 2010.
Clearances include Fox Television Stations, Hearst-Argyle, Tribune, Viacom, Raycom, Belo, Cox, Hubbard and Bahakel stations.
“How I Met Your Mother” is distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution.


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