Twentieth’s ‘Judge Alex’ Reaches 50 Percent Clearance

Jan 20, 2005  •  Post A Comment

Twentieth Television has cleared its new court strip “Judge Alex,” hosted by former police officer, attorney and current Florida Circuit Court Judge Alex Ferrer, in 50 percent of the United States. The announcement was made today by Paul Franklin, executive VP and general sales manager of broadcast for the company.

The first new court show in four years, “Judge Alex” has been cleared for a fall 2005 launch on the Fox Television Stations group, including WNYW-TV, New York, KTTV-TV, Los Angeles, WFLD-TV, Chicago, WTXF-TV, Philadelphia and WFXT-TV, Boston. Other major group-owned stations clearing “Judge Alex” include Cox Television’s KTVU-TV, San Francisco, Viacom Television Stations’ WFOR-TV, Miami, and WNDY-TV, Indianapolis, Block Communications’ WDRB-TV, Louisville, Ky., Raycom Media’s WXIX-TV/Cincinnati, Media General Broadcast Group’s WSPA-TV, Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C., and Sinclair Broadcast’s WZTV-TV, Nashville.