Radio & Television

CBSC raps another broadcaster for graphic violence, coarse language, before 9:00 pm

OTTAWA – In the fourth such decision in recent weeks, the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) has told a broadcaster that graphic violence and very coarse language must air only after the ‘watershed’ hour of 9 pm.When the Quebec television station V was still known as TQS, it aired two episodes of Les Experts: Manhattan, which is the French dubbed version of the English-language crime drama series CSI: New York, at 8 pm. The episodes included scenes that showed, for example, a woman being stabbed in the stomach with a sharp hook, a man being struck in the mouth with...

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