Renewal stations include several major market CBS-owned stations
HOLLYWOOD — “Martha Stewart Living,” a daily syndicated series distributed by King World Prods., has been renewed on TV stations repping coverage of 60% of the country for the 2002-03 TV season.
Renewal stations include several major market CBS-owned stations, such as WCBS New York, KCBS Los Angeles, WBBM Chicago, KYW Philadelphia, KPIX San Francisco and WBZ Boston.
Series is in its fifth season in national syndication, airing on stations repping more than 86% of the country.
“Martha Stewart Living” debuted in September 1993 as a weekly syndie program; it became a daily half-hour series in September 1997. In January 1999, it expanded to become an hourlong show.
Show is produced by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and it is created and hosted by Stewart.
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