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More Stations Sign Up for WHAT AMERICA THINKS With Scott Rasmussen

Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Telco Productions announced KCBS (CBS), Los Angeles, WADL (IND), Detroit and KPHO (CBS), Phoenix and seven Gray Television stations have joined the growing line-up for its half-hour weekly show, What America Thinks with Scott Rasmussen.

Telco has partnered with nationally known pollster Scott Rasmussen and his electronic media company,Rasmussen Reports , to create a panel-driven weekly, drawing upon Rasmussen Reports independent public opinion polling data on the latest political, economic, business and lifestyle issues.

Additional station signings will be released in the coming weeks.

Stations that have committed to carry the show now include:

  • WCBS (CBS), New York,
  • KCBS (CBS), Los Angeles
  • KYW (CBS), Philadelphia
  • WADL (IND), Detroit
  • WFOR (CBS), Miami
  • KPHO (CBS), Phoenix
  • WRCX (IND) Dayton
  • KBTX (CBS) Waco, TX
  • KKTV (CBS) Colorado Springs, CO
  • WITN (NBC) Greenville, NC
  • KXII (CBS) Sherman, TX
  • WHSV (ABC) Harrisonburg, VA
  • WAHU (CBS/ABC) Charlottesville, VA
  • WTAP (NBC) Parkersburg, WV

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