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Oprah Leaving Her Own Network?


Oprah may be leaving her own Oprah Winfrey Network in 2001. 

“The expectation is that after [the 2010-11 season], her show will go off of syndication, and she will come to OWN,” David Zaslav, Discovery’s president and CEO, said reports the paper. “We’re talking now about what that presence would be and what programming she would be involved in directly. But this is her Chapter Two, and building the OWN brand online and on-air is something that she and I, we’re working [on] together and it’s a core mission for her.”
“She has not made a final decision as to whether she will continue her show in syndication beyond that,” Oprah spokeswoman, Lisa Halliday, said in a statement.
“The truth of the matter is one day the show has to end. That may be 2011 and that may be after 2011,” Winfrey said, reports the Tribute. “This is an evolution of what I’ve been able to do every day. I will now have the opportunity to do that 24 hours a day on a platform that goes on forever.
“This network isn’t just about me,” she continued. “It’s using the voice and the brand and the vision, but it really is about creating possibilities for any number of people … to extend the vision in a way that obviously I cannot 24 hours a day.”

I agree that the show has to end.  I’ve been watching this season after not watching for year and her show is old and dated and boring as a mofo.  Sorry O but I’ll be glad to see you go. Vive le Ellen!


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