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August 28, 2000 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The thunder is rolling. Judgment day is coming. And not a moment too soon for KCBS Channel 2. Station executives are hoping that ratings lightning will strike with the addition today of "Judge Judy." The hit syndicated courtroom show, which has aired locally on KCAL Channel 9 since its debut four years ago, will join the KCBS lineup at 4 p.m. as a lead-in to the station's struggling news block.
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December 29, 2007 | From City News Service
A former senior producer of the "Judge Judy" show contends in a lawsuit that he was wrongfully fired for complaining that black litigants were being excluded from the syndicated TV series. In a complaint filed this week in L.A. Superior Court, Jonathan Sebastien is seeking unspecified compensatory and general damages from the show and CBS Paramount Network Television. Representatives for the program and Paramount could not be reached for comment.
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June 3, 2000 | JOHNATHON E. BRIGGS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
She's a gavel-wielding phenomenon who rules her TV courtroom with a no-nonsense style. But on Friday, Judge Judy occupied another seat in court: the witness stand. Her Honor, also known as Judith Sheindlin, was called to testify in a civil dispute involving producers Sandi Spreckman and Kaye Switzer, the professed creators of "The Judge Judy Show." The two have no argument with Sheindlin, but rather with their lawyer, Fred Fenster.
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August 28, 2000 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The thunder is rolling. Judgment day is coming. And not a moment too soon for KCBS Channel 2. Station executives are hoping that ratings lightning will strike with the addition today of "Judge Judy." The hit syndicated courtroom show, which has aired locally on KCAL Channel 9 since its debut four years ago, will join the KCBS lineup at 4 p.m. as a lead-in to the station's struggling news block.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 29, 2007 | From City News Service
A former senior producer of the "Judge Judy" show contends in a lawsuit that he was wrongfully fired for complaining that black litigants were being excluded from the syndicated TV series. In a complaint filed this week in L.A. Superior Court, Jonathan Sebastien is seeking unspecified compensatory and general damages from the show and CBS Paramount Network Television. Representatives for the program and Paramount could not be reached for comment.
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June 3, 2000 | JOHNATHON E. BRIGGS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
She's a gavel-wielding phenomenon who rules her TV courtroom with a no-nonsense style. But on Friday, Judge Judy occupied another seat in court: the witness stand. Her Honor, also known as Judith Sheindlin, was called to testify in a civil dispute involving producers Sandi Spreckman and Kaye Switzer, the professed creators of "The Judge Judy Show." The two have no argument with Sheindlin, but rather with their lawyer, Fred Fenster.
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