Last September the E.W. Scripps Company dropped syndicated dinosaurs “Wheel of Fortune” and “Jeopardy” at some of its owned stations and replaced them with its own programming.
The station group developed two shows, “Let’s Ask America” a game show using Skype which it developed in conjunction Warner Bros. Telepictures and pop culture show “The List.” It then programmed seven of its owned stations with “Let’s Ask America” and six with “The List.” TVSpy checked in with Scripps to see how the shows were doing.
“We are very happy with the performance of both shows,” Robert Sullivan, vice president of content for Scripps told TVSpy. “Both have grown book to book in key demos since their launch last fall.” Read more