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Coming to KATV: Lots more Boris

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click to enlarge SINCLAIR FEATURE: See it on KATV. A liot.
  • SINCLAIR FEATURE: See it on KATV. A liot.
Politico reports that Sinclair Broadcasting is tripling the exposure given to former Trump White House official Boris Epshteyn on its growing network of stations, which include KATV in Little Rock.

The segments by the conservative commentator will be run nine times a week instead of three.

Epshteyn’s segments are “must runs” so all the Sinclair stations across the country will air them along with their other “must run” segments like conservative commentary from Mark Hyman and the “Terrorism Alert Desk" segments. Sinclair is in the midst of a major expansion as it pursues its acquisition of the Tribune Media local stations [including two in Northwest Arkansas and one in Memphis].

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