Sex in a box

Chappell, Helen
November 1995
New Statesman & Society;11/24/95, Vol. 8 Issue 380, p31
Focuses on the emergence of sex-oriented programs via television satellite channels. Media excitement about launches of adult satellite channels in Great Britain; Playboy TV's offer of menu of erotic movies, game and talk shows; Introduction of `Really Really Rude Show' by Fantasy TV; Government effort to stamp out hardcore pornography beamed in from Europe.


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