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By Alex Ben Block
Her show wasn’t growing — which made it impossible to justify the cost
Queen Latifah is the latest victim of the tough economics and harsh realities of making a show work in national television syndication.
It is expensive to launch a new syndicated show, hard to make inroads against entrenched competitors (some have been on for decades) and the failure rate in the early years is extraordinarily high as Katie Couric learned last season and Ricki Lake the year before.
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