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J+M TV...

Canal+ launches a new X rated channel


Link Here22nd June 2020
French studio Jacquie & Michel has launched its own television channel, J&M TV, exclusively on the Canal+ network.

Beginning on June 23, Canal+ network subscribers will be able to access J&M TV on Canal+ channel 222. Every night, from midnight to 5 a.m., the channel's air time will be dedicated to X-rated content including the latest releases from the Elite label , exclusive previews, reports, interviews and on-set making of sequences of adult productions.

J&M TV will be available in various pacakges and also available for stand alone subscription. J&M TV will be available online through the myCanal Adult Area (Espace Adulte).

 

 

Too sexy by day and too sexy by night...

TV censor Ofcom gets arsey with the babe channel Studio 66


Link Here25th February 2020
Full story: Babe Channels...Ofcom have it in for free to air babe channels

Studio 66
Various times, day and night

Studio 66 TV is interactive daytime chat advertising broadcast on the service Studio 66, which is available as part of a standard satellite subscription package. The content consists of presenters inviting viewers to contact them via premium rate telephony services (PRS). Studio 66 is available without mandatory restricted access and is situated in the adult section of electronic programme guides ('EPGs').

Ofcom received eight complaints, each about a different broadcast. In six of the cases, the complainants considered that the presenters were dressed inappropriately and were behaving in a sexualised manner. In two cases, the complainants considered that the behaviour of the presenters was inappropriate for broadcast.

Example Pre-watershed content
27 August 2019, 10:43
• The presenter’s nipple protruded through the top of her dress for approximately 20 seconds.
The presenter also pulled her dress over her hips, gyrated and stroked her buttocks.

Example Post watershed content
13 August 2019, 21:15
• The presenter exposed and stroked her breasts for approximately 45 seconds, and
subsequently exposed her buttocks towards the camera.

Ofcom considered pre-watershed BCAP rule 32.3:

“Relevant timing restrictions must be applied to advertisements that, through their content, might harm or distress children of particular ages or that are otherwise unsuitable for them”.

Ofcom considered post-watershed BCAP rule 4.2:

“Advertisements must not cause serious or widespread offence against generally accepted moral, social or cultural standards”.

Ofcom Decision: Breach of rules 32.3 and 4.2

Ofcom's published guidance on the advertising of PRS chat services specifically states that when broadcasting daytime chat broadcasters should:

  • ensure that presenters are wearing appropriate clothing, that adequately covers their bodies, in particular their breasts, genital areas and buttocks; and

  • not broadcast images of presenters touching or stroking their bodies in a suggestive manner, in particular avoiding breasts, thighs, crotches and buttocks.

In addition, the guidance makes clear that shots of bare breasts should not be broadcast before 22:00

Ofcom considered that the content across the six daytime broadcasts and that broadcast at 21:15 on 13 August 2019 did not reflect the elements of the Chat Service Guidance listed above. It featured presenters who were positioned and dressed in such a way that resulted in significant exposure of their buttocks, thighs or breasts.

Therefore, our decision is that the seven broadcasts breached Rule 32.3 of the BCAP Code.

Rule 4.2 of the BCAP Code requires that advertisements must not cause “serious or widespread offence against generally accepted moral, social or cultural standards”.

Ofcom has made clear in a number of published decisions the type of material that is unsuitable to be broadcast in ‘adult chat’ advertising content which is available without mandatory restricted access. Our published guidance specifically states that Licensee’s must “at no time broadcast images of any real or simulated sex acts”.

The content broadcast on 15 September included a presenter simulating sex acts. In Ofcom’s view, this material was clearly capable of causing offence.

Ofcom's decision is that this broadcast was in breach of Rule 4.2 of the BCAP Code.

On 7 October 2019, in Issue 388 of Ofcom's Broadcast and On Demand Bulletin, Ofcom recorded a breach of Rule 32.3 of the BCAP Code against the Licensee for the pre-watershed broadcast of material featuring five presenters who behaved inappropriately and were inadequately dressed. This followed on from a previous decision published on 8 April 2019, in Issue 376 of its Broadcast and On Demand Bulletin, where Ofcom recorded a similar breach of Rule 32.3.

The previous breach decisions against the Licensee published in April and October 2019 are the subject of ongoing sanctions proceedings. In all circumstances, we regard the breaches set out in this decision as serious and will also consider them for sanction.

Update: Closed

9th March 2020.

Presumably in response to the censure by Ofcom, Stiudio 66 has closed and terminated its broadcasting licence.

 

 

Censor play...

Ofcom whinges at unexplicit pretend sex on a babe channel after midnight


Link Here30th January 2020
Full story: Babe Channels...Ofcom have it in for free to air babe channels

Babecall
Meet the Babes, 18 July 2019 00:30

Babecall is interactive adult chat advertising broadcast on the service Meet the Babes, which is available as part of a standard satellite subscription package. The content consists of presenters inviting viewers to contact them via premium rate telephony services (PRS).

Meet the Babes is available without mandatory restricted access and is situated in the adult section of electronic programme guides ('EPGs'). The licence for the service is held by Escape Channel Limited.

Ofcom received a complaint about physical interaction between a presenter and a member of the production team. The presenter -- who was nude apart from ankle boots and red bra-style lingerie which provided no cover over her breasts -- was positioned on all fours side-on to the camera and appeared to touch her genital area on several occasions during the broadcast. At 00:12:40 the presenter removed the red lingerie.

A section of dialogue was followed by several shots of a partially obscured man (the producer), positioned behind the presenter. Only the man's clothed arm and chest were visible intermittently. Over a period of eight minutes the man stroked and lightly slapped the presenter's buttocks. During this eight-minute period the presenter appeared to simulate that she was engaging in sexual acts with the producer who was positioned behind her and, briefly, in front of her, as she knelt in front of him.

Ofcom considered BCAP Rule 4.2:

Advertisements must not cause serious or widespread offence against generally accepted moral, social or cultural standards.

Ofcom decision: Breach of BCAP rule 4.2

Ofcom's published guidance on the advertising of PRS adult chat services (the Chat Service Guidance) sets out what Ofcom considers to be acceptable to broadcast on these services post-watershed. The Guidance states that licensees should: at no time broadcast images of any real or simulated sex acts; take particular care if two or more presenters appear together on-screen. If there is any contact between the presenters of an erotic or sexual nature (for example kissing, stroking or contact between thighs, breasts or genital areas) or any miming or simulation of a sexual act performed by one presenter on another, in Ofcom's view there is a high risk of causing serious or widespread offence against generally accepted standards; and at no time broadcast anal, labial or genital areas or broadcast images of presenters touching their genital or anal areas either with their hand or an object.

In this case, while the producer was not a presenter, in Ofcom's view the female presenter clearly intended viewers to think that she was taking part in sexual acts with a partner. This was reinforced by the presenter's statement before the physical interaction occurred. Further, the presenter was nude and positioned on all fours, side-on to the camera with the producer behind her. The Licensee disputed the strength of the physical contact between the presenter and producer and considered that it considered the material complied with requirements of BCAP Rule 4.2. In our view the contact was clearly intended to be sexual in nature given the other relevant factors, in particular: the presenter's preceding statements to camera, the position of the producer behind the nude presenter and the reaction of the presenter once the producer joined her on set (i.e. thrusting and rocking) to imply interaction of a sexual nature

Our Decision is that this material was in breach of BCAP Code Rule 4.2



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