Anderson Cooper: The new Oprah, in Washington anyway
WJLA -- Washington D.C.'s Allbritton-owned ABC affiliate -- has bought Anderson Cooper's syndicated daytime TV talker, and is giving it Oprah Winfrey's timeslot, Warner Bros. announced Monday.
Warner Bros., which is owned by Time Warner, which also owns CNN, has been selling Anderson's new show across country in anticipation of its launch next fall.
Lisa de Moraes
| December 13, 2010; 10:25 AM ET
Categories: Local TV
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