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[01/20/09 - 01:38 PM]
Wciu-TV / Chicago Adds "Street Court"
The series follows "Judge Mazz" (aka Michael Mazzariello), a tough-talking former Brooklyn D.A., as he summons litigants back to the scene of each dispute.

[via press release from Litton Entertainment]

WCIU-TV / CHICAGO ADDS "STREET COURT"

(JANUARY 20, 2009) � Litton Entertainment is pleased to announce that Weigel's WCIU-TV in Chicago is part of the impressive list of stations adding STREET COURT to their schedule for Fall 2009. Breaking the court show out of the courtroom, the series follows "Judge Mazz" (aka Michael Mazzariello), a tough-talking former Brooklyn D.A., as he summons litigants back to the scene of each dispute.

"We're excited to be a part of a new take on television court programming, which is how we feel STREET COURT can be positioned," said WCIU's Executive Vice President and General Manager Neal Sabin.

Stations previously announced for STREET COURT include WPIX-TV New York, and station groups Barrington, Belo, Capitol, CBS, Cox, Hearst / Argyle, Journal, Local TV, Mission, Newport, Roberts, Sinclair, Tribune and Weigel.

Offering a fresh twist on one of the most popular program formats on television, STREET COURT advances the courtroom genre by pairing the authority and tradition of the judge role with the authenticity and drama of real locations.

About Litton Entertainment

Litton Entertainment, the preeminent independent distributor in the television industry, has been producing and distributing quality programming for over twenty years. Programs include Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures, Baywatch, Cribs, Storm Stories, NASCAR Angels, Animal Exploration with Jarod Miller, Street Court, The Brian McKnight Show and theatrical films. Litton News Services include Good Housekeeping Reports, Brighter Living with Jill Cordes and Consumer Reports. For more information, visit www.litton.tv.





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