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British Viewers Unmindful of Increasing Levels of Sex, Violence and Swearing on TV

by Savitha C Muppala on August 24, 2012 at 11:45 PM
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 British Viewers Unmindful of Increasing Levels of Sex, Violence and Swearing on TV

A report from the media regulator Ofcom reveals that the British are not so much concerned about sex, violence and swearing on TV, which appears to be at an all time high. 

This sentiment came to light after speaking to about 1,700 Brits aged 16 and above, who thought that the amount of fighting, fornication and foul language on screens was okay.


Only 25% of those questioned felt there was far too much sex on the television and were uncomfortable with the levels of violence and swearing.

19% of respondents also said they were completely put off by something they had watched on television in the past few months.



Source: Medindia

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