Connection III Entertainment has renewed syndicated entertainment magazine series, Made In Hollywood, for a fifth season. It is cleared in over 80% of the country.
The producer-syndicator says the series has been sold to CBS' 21 owned TV stations for 2009-2010, in addition to stations owned by Hearst-Argyle, Belo, Tribune, and others. The series will continue to have MovieTickets.com-branded segments integrated into the program, while the movie ticket site will continue to cross-promote the show as part of the product integration deal. CBS sibling Viacom is one of the co-owners of MovieTickets.com.
Also renewed for a fourth season is Made In Hollywood: Teen Edition, which Connection III sells as FCC-friendly kids programming. It, too, was bought by the CBS station group, the company said.
Both series are weekly behind-the-scenes looks at the making of movies, TV shows and music. The shows air in multiple time periods that vary by market. They also run more than once in a number of markets.
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