Warner Bros. has
added 15 markets to Big Bang Theory's
roster, clearing the show thus far in nearly 50 markets. The latest round of
clearances was mostly among mid-sized markets.
stations have picked up Big Bang for
independent KUSI San Diego (market no. 28); Sinclair's Fox/MyNet duopoly
WZTV/WUXP Nashville (market no. 29); Meredith's Fox affiliate WHNS Greenville-Spartanburg,
S.C. (market no. 36); Acme's CW affiliate KWBQ/KRWB and MyNet affiliate KASY
Albuquerque (market no. 44); Sinclair's CW affiliate KOCB Oklahoma City (market
no. 45); Post-Newsweek's independent WJXT Jacksonville, Fla. (market no. 47);
New Age's Fox/MyNet affiliates WOLF/WQMY Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Pa. (market no.
54); Acme's CW affiliate WBXX Knoxville, Tenn. (market no. 59); Sinclair's ABC
affiliate WKEF Dayton (market no. 65); Newport's Fox affiliate KAAS Wichita
(market no. 69); Northwest Broadcasting's Fox affiliate KAYU Spokane, Wash.
(market no. 75); Journal's NBC affiliate WGBA Green Bay, Wisc. (market no. 70);
Sinclair's Fox affiliate WMSN Madison, Wisc. (market no. 85);
Weigel's triopoly of low-power stations WBND/WCWW/WMYS South
Bend, Ind. (market no. 91); and
Esteem's WEMT Tri-Cities, Tenn./Va. (market no. 93).
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