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Move over, Bugs Bunny.

The niche publications have been cropping up of late.

Here come the niche television shows.

The locally produced "Home Showcase," a 30-minute look into the central Arkansas real estate market, was scheduled to debut Jan. 4 Saturday morning on KATV-TV, Channel 7.

Randy Alexander's McKay & Co. produces the show, which is part of KATV's more "adult-oriented" Saturday morning lineup.

"The concept of letting television audiences preview such homes has proved an instant success in major markets nationwide," says Alexander, president and owner of McKay & Co.

About 50 homes will be previewed during the half-hour. Occasionally, home financing tips will be passed on to the viewers.

Wonder if the kiddies will forego the cartoons for advice on taking out a second mortgage?
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Title Annotation:McKay & Co. produces television program on Arkansas' housing markets
Publication:Arkansas Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jan 6, 1992
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