Happy Days has been syndicated by many different networks. It aired in the United States on TBS in the 1980s, Nick at Nite in the 1990s, Odyssey Network/Hallmark Channel from the late 1990s to 2002, TV Land from 2002–2007, WGN America from 2002 until 2008, and FamilyNet from 2009-2010. The Hub began showing it in October 2010. It started airing on Me-TV on December 21, 2010, currently airing Sunday afternoons at 1pm Eastern and Pacific time, in an one-hour block. The series also joined INSP's line-up, airing in an hour block from 6-7pm Eastern time, on January 2, 2012.
When reruns first went into syndication on local stations while the series was still producing new episodes, the reruns were re-titled Happy Days Again. The series went into off-network syndication in fall 1979, just as the seventh season began on ABC.
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- Broadcast syndication, where individual stations buy programs outside of the network system
- Print syndication, where individual newspapers or magazines license news articles, columns, or comic strips
- Web syndication, where web feeds make a portion of a web site available to other sites or individual subscribers
- Search Syndication, a form of contextual advertising
- Syndicated loan, when a group of banks work together to provide funds for a borrower
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