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Danza gets daytime slot

Skein renewed by stations in more than 110 markets

HOLLYWOOD — “The Tony Danza Show” has received clearance to run during the daytime on Los Angeles Viacom stations (KCBS/KCAL).

Currently the show runs only in latenight spots on the ABC-owned station KABC.

The show debuted last fall and has been renewed by stations in more than 110 markets nationwide for its sophomore season.

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