Syndication

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In broadcasting, syndication is the sale of the right to broadcast television and radio programs by multiple television and radio stations, without going through a broadcast network.

It is common in countries where broadcast programming is scheduled by television networks with local independent affiliates, particularly in the United States.

In the rest of the world, however, most countries have centralised networks and/or television stations without local affiliates and syndication is less common, although shows can also be syndicated internationally.

Examples of shows broadcast in syndication include The Jeremy Kyle Show, The Nate Berkus Show, Trisha, Excused, The First Family, Steve Harvey, The Arsenio Hall Show, The Doctors, The Queen Latifah Show, The Jeff Probst Show, Mr. Box Office and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.


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Mr. Box Office

Genre: Comedy
Channel: SABC1, eKasi+
Summary: The biggest movie star in the world is sentenced to community service teaching English at the toughest high school after an altercation with paparazzi.
Starring: Bill Bellamy, Vivica A. Fox, Tony T. Roberts


Shaka Zulu

Genre: Drama, Miniseries, Period Drama
Channel: TV1, SABC1, SABC3, ShowMax
Summary: This lavish series focuses on the life of Shaka Zulu, who took the scattered tribes of Zululand and moulded them into a proud and mighty nation.
Starring: Henry Cele


The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Genre: Comedy, Talk Show
Channel: M-Net Series, M-Net Series Showcase, M-Net Series Reality, M-Net
Summary: Ellen delivers her observations in a monologue at the beginning of each hour-long show, setting the mood for the party that follows for all involved.
Starring: Ellen DeGeneres


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