Making News: Savannah Style

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Making News: Savannah Style
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Genre Reality Tv
Starring WJCL/WTGS staff
Theme music composer MusicBox
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Executive producer(s) Nick Davis
Producer(s) Nick Davis Productions
Location(s) Savannah, Georgia
Running time 60 Minutes
Original channel TV Guide Network
First shown in 2008
Original release June 4, 2008 – September 10, 2008
Preceded by Making News: Texas Style

Making News: Savannah Style was a reality program set at the duopoly of WJCL and WTGS in Savannah, Georgia. It followed the daily activities of the lowest-rated news department in the Savannah television market. The show was the second in the Making News series, following Making News: Texas Style, which aired during Summer 2007. The first season of Making News was the TV Guide Network's highest-rated original series.[1] Making News: Savannah Style started taping in December 2007. The show also mentioned competing stations WTOC (which, in contrast to channels 22 and 28, has the highest-rated news department in the market) and WSAV.


  1. ^ TV Guide Network Renews Its Second Season of Hit News Reality Series, 'MAKING NEWS: SAVANNAH STYLE' | Business Wire | Find Articles at

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