Retirement Living Will Meet The Press

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Retirement Living TV will rebroadcast NBC's long running news series Meet The Press as part of a deal between the parties.

The agreement allows RLTV to rebroadcast each week's Meet the Press program, after its Sunday premiere, on Mondays at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. beginning July 13, according to network executives. For 61 years, Meet the Press has featured headline-making interviews with world-leaders and U.S. newsmakers.
"RLTV's relationship with NBC News continues to strengthen and grow with projects like this," said Steve Capus, president of NBC News in a statement. "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."

RLTV CEO Brad Knight said the show will fit well with its target audience, which consumes a significant amount 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 primetime line up and meet the needs of our target demographic," he said in a statement.

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