Radio & Television

Porn doc needs advisories, even at midnight

OTTAWA – While saying the film Sex: The Annabel Chong Story didn’t violate any of the broadcasters codes of ethics, viewer advisories coming back from commercial are needed – even with a midnight air time, says the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council. The national specialty services panel told The Documentary Channel (which aired the movie on May 10, 2005 at midnight) that it should have broadcast viewer advisories because of the sexually explicit content and coarse language. The subject of Sex: The Annabel Chong Story was Grace Quek, a pornographic movie actress who performed under the screen name Annabel Chong. The...