The Syndicated Network Television Association (SNTA) represents television program syndicators, whose programs air nationwide. The mission of the SNTA is to communicate the benefits of syndication to advertisers, and agency media planners and buyers. Our shows include some of the most recognizable names in television. And now, over 60% of our programs are first-run. They include entertainment news shows like Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood and TMZ, talk shows like Ellen, Live with Kelly and Michael and The Doctor Phil Show, courtroom shows like Judge Judy, The People's Court and Judge Alex, and game shows such as Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune and Millionaire. Our off-network programs include top sitcoms like The Office, Family Guy and Two and a Half Men as well as provocative dramas such as Bones, Cold Case, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
The mission of the SNTA is to communicate to advertisers, their agencies and media planners and buyers the benefits of Syndication, from the wide range of programming choices to their high ratings and national reach, and the reliability and cost effectiveness of advertising in syndicated programming.
We are committed to make information on Syndication readily available to the advertising community, and to demonstrate that it is an attractive and sensible component of the national TV buy for major advertisers.
Syndicated television represents a $4.2 billion advertising marketplace, with more than 110 weekly shows and dozens of specials and movie packages. Syndication airs more hours of programming each week than the six traditional networks combined.
The following members comprise the SNTA, please click on their names to access their full member profiles: