Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Why Broadcasters Are Afraid

As can be seen by their actions last week in demanding that the Federal Communications Commission completely abandon enforcing broadcast decency laws, the broadcast networks are in panic mode. There are two reasons for this. MORE

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Lies Broadcasters Tell

In their effort to push the Federal Communications Commission into abandoning enforcement of broadcast decency laws, the broadcast networks must have had their spin-doctors working overtime on their public statements. Here’s a roundup of the various questionable claims the networks – who are using the people’s airwaves free of charge – told the government. MORE

Monday, June 24, 2013

Networks to FCC: “Let Us Do Anything We Want”

Since the “trust-busting” era of Teddy Roosevelt, one of the federal government’s responsibilities has been to ensure that private industry does not trample the rights of American citizens. But last week, the broadcast television networks told the government, “Ignore the American people. Let us do anything we want!” MORE

Monday, June 17, 2013

MTV Promotes Teens Making Sex Tapes

“Getting famous is as easy as having sex and letting the cameras roll...When his longtime crush finally asked him out on a date, Zach Stone hatched a plan to cash in on his first time. Because who wouldn’t want to see a sex movie starring an awkward virgin?”

So says MTV. MORE

Monday, June 3, 2013

MTV Sex Programmer Moves to NBC

Under its former executive vice-president David Janollari, MTV moved into ever-more sexually explicit programming – programming the producer apparently thought was perfect for teens. And now, Janollari will be bringing the same sensibility to the NBC broadcast network. MORE