The Independent Television Commission has fined

March 1999
Campaign;03/05/99, Issue 9, p20
Trade Publication
Reports on the British Independent Television Commission's imposition of a fine against Channel 4 for breaching its television program code in the documentary program `Too Much Too Young: Chickens.'


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