Morning Headlines — 8/20/13

Cumulus: Rush In, Hannity Out
RADIO ONLINE – The latest scuttlebutt from industry insiders is that Rush Limbaugh will be staying with Cumulus stations when his current contract expires at the end of the year. The only exception is in New York City where Limbaugh will flip from WABC to Clear Channel's WOR-AM in a deal previously agreed upon.

SiriusXM and MLB Extend Agreement Six Years
RADIO INK – Sirius XM and Major League Baseball have agreed to a six-year extension of their agreement, which will now make MLB game broadcasts available on both Sirius and XM satellite radios, starting today. All MLB games will be available for the first time to subscribers with Sirius radios on either a Premier or All Access package.

MSNBC Moves Ed Schultz Back to Weeknights (Exclusive)
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – Ed Schultz will move back to weekdays in the 5 p.m. slot beginning Aug. 26, the network is set to announce on Monday. The move comes less than five months after The Ed Show moved from 8 p.m. Monday-Friday to 5-7 p.m. on weekends.

Cedric Is Syndication's Latest 'Millionaire'
TVNEWSCHECK – When Who Wants to Be a Millionaire kicks off its 12th season on Sept. 2, the Disney-ABC syndicated game show’s most noticeable change will be its new host, comedian Cedric “The Entertainer,” who’s taking over from Meredith Vieira. She left to launch an NBCUniversal daytime talk show in 2014. But the changes to Millionaire go a bit deeper than its host.

CBS And Former ‘Big Brother’ Producers Reach Settlement In ‘Glass House’ Lawsuit
DEADLINE – ABC‘s reality series The Glass House is long forgotten following a low-rated run last summer, but the legal battle that it triggered is just now coming to an end.


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