Judith Grace González
She first started off being the host of one of the most successful TV shows from Televisa in Monterrey, Mexico, "Estilo". The show lasted for about 14 years. After that, in Mexico City she was the host of "Al ritmo de la noche" along with Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo. She then became the director of the state television network "Canal 28".
She has been the host of Casos de Familia (Which translates literally as "Family Cases", but translates better within the show's context as "Family Issues"), a talk show produced in the United States by Venevisión, and broadcast in the U.S. on the Univision Network since 2004. A March 2004 episode of that program faced some controversy in the U.S. after it featured a religious group that claimed to "cure" homosexuals.
As of July 2012, Judith Grace was replaced by a relatively unknown hostess named Tere Marin.
- Yolimer Obelmejias Valdez, "Entrevista Judith Grace González, conductora de 'Casos de familia': 'Los talks shows pueden ayudar muchísimo a esta generación'" El Universal (Caracas), November 29, 2010.
- Ignacio Ramírez, "De Señorita México a candidata al Senado: Postulada por la Alianza por México, la neoleonesa Judith Grace destaca su lucha por la gente necesitada", El Universal (Mexico City), June 29, 2000.
- "Renueva la conductora mexicana Judith Grace contrato con Venevisión", El Porvenir (Monterrey, Mex.), November 17, 2007.
- Univision Premieres "Casos de Familia," U.S. Produced Talk Show Devoted to Family Issues, Univision.com, January 27, 2004.
- Magaly Morales, "Gay Groups Outraged Over Talk Show Touting `Cure'", South Florida Sun-Sentinel, April 12, 2004.
- Christina Hoag, "Univision Blasted for New Talk Show's Discussion of Homosexuality", Miami Herald (April 7, 2004)(pay site).
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