Comedy Central, WGN America get off-net rights to "30 Rock"

07/8/2009 | Variety (subscription required)

Viacom-owned Comedy Central and Tribune-owned WGN America have secured off-network deals to run NBC's "30 Rock" series. The deals, according to this report, are believed to be worth about $800,000 per episode and will begin appearing on the cable networks in the fall of 2011.

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