Some Canadian Media Outlets Are Shutting Out Justice Brownstone and Family Matters TV
Family Matters TV offered their episodes to all the national broadcasters in Canada for free last season and this season, and that all of them turned them down, most recently the CBC. The Vancouver Sun recently picked up on this story.
Justice Brownstone and Family Matters TV provides valuable access to Justice system and much-needed common sense and information about the family court system.
The public has a craving for quality and accurate information about the family courts and divorce. This show needs to be promoted and distributed by the tv networks and all levels of government.
The public can still access Family Matters TV online and the first air dates for the show are: CHCH May 4 @1:30pm (then each Sat @1:30pm afterwards for 16 weeks (different time slot for the Fall); CHEK May 4 @6:30pm and May 6th @9pm then each Sat and Mon for 16 weeks.
Hopefully other private and public broadcasters will have a change of heart and decide to air this important TV series.
Wednesday’s Video Clip: Justice Brownstone talks about Family Law Lawyers
In this video Justice Brownstone examines some fundamental questions: What do family law lawyers do? What should you do to get the most out of your lawyer? How much do they charge?
Wednesday’s Video Clip: Justice Brownstone & Children’s Lawyers
Do children need lawyers? Yes, in some circumstance they do. In this episode, Justice Brownstone interviews two lawyers from the Ontario Office of the Children’s Lawyer.
Justice Brownstone also introduces us to his TV series family matters.
Wednesday’s Video Clip: Justice Brownstone Takes a Look at Sex Addiction
Given the advent of the Internet with its seemingly limitless availability of sexually explicit content, it should come as no surprise that this can be a serious challenge for many people suffering from potentially addictive personalities.
What are sexual addictions? How does such an addiction develop? What is the impact on relationships and families when a parent is suffering from a sexual addiction? What are the signs that partners and loved ones should look for if a sexual addiction is suspected? How, if at all, do sexual addictions affect one’s parenting capacity? What help is available for people suffering from sexual addictions and their partners?
In this video Justice Brownstone probes all of these issues with experts in the field.
This a promotional video clip of Family Matters, a TV program with a focus on a multiplicty of issues affecting contemporary North American life, with a particular emphasis on the interplay between relationships and the justice system: internet dating, addictions, prenups, mental health, adoption, surrogate parenting, same-sex relationships, multicultural relationships, parenting after separation and divorce, mediation, child neglect and abuse, child and spousal support – and this is just the tip of the iceberg!
Hosted by an actual sitting Ontario family court judge, this exciting show is the first of its kind anywhere. Justice Brownstone provides educational episodes in an informative, compelling and entertaining talk show.
Think of the kids: Family Court Judge Harvey Brownstone and the parents who put themselves ahead of the interests of their children.