Cable Programmers Defend Sexy Scenes

Moss, Linda; Spangler, Todd; Haugsted, Linda
July 2007
Multichannel News;7/23/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 29, p63
The article reports that cable programmers are seeking a need to defend sexy scenes in television programs. It also provides information on the new digital set-tops that have removable CableCard used for TV programming and the creation of a mascot which symbolizes hidden fees in phone bills. Writers and producers insisted that sexy scenes are not done in a gratuitous fashion. The scenes are part of the character and sexuality is one of the things the show is about.


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