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Oprah Winfrey still bullish on her cable network
By Associated Press
Published April 4, 2012

In this image released by CBS, Oprah Winfrey appears on “CBS This Morning,” with co-host Charlie Rose, Monday, April 2, 2012 in New York. Winfrey says she still has faith in her troubled cable network. Appearing on the morning show, Winfrey told the show’s co-host _ and her best friend _ Gayle King that she believes the Oprah Winfrey Network will fulfill its mission of transforming viewers’ lives. But if viewers don’t respond, Winfrey says: “I will move on to the next thing.” OWN has struggled to build an audience since its launch in January 2011. (AP Photo/CBS, Heather Wines)

NEW YORK (AP) — Oprah Winfrey says she still has faith in her troubled cable network.

Appearing Monday on “CBS This Morning,” Winfrey told the show’s co-host — and her best friend — Gayle King that she believes the Oprah Winfrey Network will fulfill its mission of transforming viewers’ lives.

But if viewers don’t respond, Winfrey says: “I will move on to the next thing.”

OWN has struggled to build an audience since its launch in January 2011.

Says Winfrey: “I’ll always be OK.”

Meanwhile, her longtime boyfriend, Stedman Graham, was on NBC’s “Today” show promoting his new book, “Identity: Your Passport to Success.”

Noting the couple’s clashing TV appearances, host Matt Lauer asked Graham if they share a competitive streak. He replied that he only wants the best for her.

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