“Meet the Press” gets cable rerun


NBC and Retirement Living TV (RLTV) have entered into a licensing deal for the rebroadcast rights to the weekly “Meet the Press,” a 61 year broadcasting institution. The agreement allows RLTV to rebroadcast each week’s program after its first airing on the NBC network.

“RLTV’s relationship with NBC News continues to strengthen and grow with projects like this. This is an audience that is a perfect fit for much of our programming, and Meet the Press is perhaps one of the best examples,” said Steve Capus, President, NBC News. NBC and RLTL noted that their relationship goes back now over two year.

“Our (RLTV) audience consumes massive amounts of news and political information. This opportunity with Meet the Press will enable us to bring the strength of the NBC News brand to our prime time line up and meet the needs of our target demographic,” said Brad Knight, CEO, RLTV.

Premiering on July 13, Meet the Press will air on RLTV on Mondays at 7 and 10 pm.