With Oprah’s announcement to leave the daytime talk syndicate, stations are scratching their brains for the best fit for this highly coveted and lucrative spot. Court syndicates, and Ellen are at the top of the list for suggestions, but nothing is set in stone. Additionally, the programming for this spot may take on a slightly different approach and target audience than that of Oprah’s baby boomer target. Millennials (ages 13-31) are quickly becoming a more prominent audience. Focusing on this group as a target would dictate television programming that is centered on a reality show or news rather than a talk show. Which is also, a key indicator that advertisers should heed when creating and placing their ads, so that they also appeal to this upcoming audience. The program change will take place September 2011. Read more at Broadcastingcable.com.