The Los Angeles Times reports the McDonald's Channel will target dine-in customers, with programming customized to communities where restaurants are located.
There will be local news and entertainment shows.
The channel is rolling out over the next few months, in Southern and Central California. It could go national if customers like it.
There will be "quiet zones" for customers who want to eat in peace.
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