’30 Rock’ Headed to Fox, Tribune Stations, as Well as Cable

Jul 9, 2009  •  Post A Comment

NBC Universal’s sitcom “30 Rock” has been bought up by Fox and Tribune stations in major markets for a fall 2011 syndication debut, Broadcasting & Cable says.

In the all-barter deal, Fox and Tribune are splitting the markets among themselves, with Fox getting New York and L.A., among others, and Tribune taking Chicago and Philadelphia.

The show was also just sold to Comedy Central and WGN America for a concurrent cable run.

–Elizabeth Jensen

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