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CBS And Lionsgate Cable Station Pop Sued For Gender And Age Discrimination

The lawsuit is from a current vice-president at the basic cable station. The woman suing the station, Leslie Isaacs, "contends she was unfairly passed over for a promotion and a raise. The suit alleges that other female employees also faced repeated crude and demeaning comments from their superiors."
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