Local TV "News" Segments
October 2nd, 2007

Many of the region’s local network television news programs are fond of covering the popular TV shows that air on their stations, writes Brian Stelter in the New York Times business section. In one instance, the CW11 spent five minutes of their one hour “News at Ten” program covering the show that aired immediately before the news show. The segment was plugged three times during the news program prior to its airing.

Local TV news, by the way, is where 65 percent of Americans get their news.

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