(January 5, 2011 – Burbank, CA) – Even during the traditional Holiday slow-down, another 25 stations have bought the rights to air “Anderson” starting in fall 2011, bringing the clearance level to 104 stations representing more than 82% of the country. The announcement was made today by Ken Werner, President, and Rick Meril, Executive Vice President/General Sales Manager, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution. New clearances in major markets include: KYW (Philadelphia), WFAA (Dallas), WXIA (Atlanta), KPHO (Phoenix), KING (Seattle), WFTS (Tampa), WCCO (Minneapolis), KUSA/KTVD (Denver), WFOR/WBFS (Miami), WOIO (Cleveland), KDNL (St. Louis), KGW (Portland, OR), WCCB (Charlotte), KVVU (Las Vegas), WATE (Knoxville), WKYT (Lexington), WHEC (Rochester, NY), WRSP (Champaign), and WSBT (South Bend), among others. The new series will replace “Oprah” in Knoxville and Lexington (as well as in Washington, D.C., San Diego and Bakersfield, as previously reported). “We are thrilled that stations have so enthusiastically embraced our vision for Anderson’s future in daytime television,” said Werner. “In my career, I cannot remember a clearance process this accelerated.” All in all, stations from groups representing the Allbritton, Bahakel, Belo, Capital, CBS, Citadel, Cordillera, Cox, Draper, Fisher, Fox, Freedom, Gannett, GOCOM, Gray, Hearst, Hubbard, LIN, Local TV, London, Media General, Meredith, Midwest TV, Morgan Murphy, National, News Press & Gazzette, New Vision, Newport, Northwest, Post-Newsweek, Raycom, Sarkes Tarzian, Schurz, Scripps, Sinclair, Smith Media, Titan, Tribune and Young station groups have bought the new daily series. Like his predecessors Oprah Winfrey and Phil Donahue, Anderson will create a daily destination for multiple generations of women looking to be informed and entertained, gain perspective, have a voice and stay connected to each other and the world around them. Anderson will address water cooler topics from the big celebrity interview one day to the personal story behind the headlines the next. From undercover investigations to hidden camera experiments, the show will give the audience new perspective in an effort to gain insight into relevant issues and social trends affecting women’s lives. The series will be based in New York City and produced by Telepictures Productions in association with StrongChild Productions and Anderson will serve as an executive producer.