Friday, January 20, 2012
Santa Monica, CA – Telco Productions has cleared WCBS-TV, New York for the launch of the half-hour weekly, What America Thinks with Scott Rasmussen , for fall, 2012. 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. “We are extremely excited about teaming with WCBS-TV, given the station’s long history of news programming” said Alex Paen, President of Telco Productions.
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