A unique show in syndication that highlights radio personalities across the nation has been renewed for a second season on multiple stations, including those owned by Fox, Sinclair and Tribune.
Dish Nation, a satirical show from Twentieth TV that has earned the distinction as the youngest-skewing program in all of syndication, averaged 1.3 million viewers in January — an 18 percent jump from its premiere in September. The half-hour nightly show features radio teams like Atlanta’s Rickey Smiley Morning Show and New York’s The Big Show with Scott & Todd as they dish about pop culture and Hollywood gossip.
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