The Oprah Effect 

Will KREM’s loss be a boon for other stations?

Oprah Winfrey — queen of daytime talk and the head of her own media empire — is gone from afternoon television, but clearly not forgotten. For some, Oprah’s departure represents a great opportunity. For others, it means uncertainty. KREM, which benefited…

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