2,000 Sex-related Ads Dropped from Chinese Television and Radio – Xinhua

Further action has been taken by SARFT since China Bans “Sexual Sounds” On Airwaves, from Xinhua:

About 2,000 advertisements adjudged to be sexually suggestive have been dropped from television and radio broadcast across China over the past two weeks, the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) said on Wednesday…

The “no sex” campaign was triggered by sexually suggestive programs produced by two radio stations in southwest China’s Sichuan Province which were banned early last month.

After that, 15 programs of seven radio stations were banned and producers were punished, the statement said. [Full Text]

October 10, 2007 9:51 PM
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