In February 2004, the notorious exposure of Janet Jackson's breast caused a public outcry which resulted in more stringent controls on broadcasters relating to adult content. Where did the viewers who'd missed the event go? No prize here for guessing.Download
Plans to modernise the Television without Frontiers Directive have come under scrutiny since the release of six issues papers which will lead to new legislation in 2007. At a recent Westminster Forum media briefing, UK government and industry voiced its concerns. Pamela Whitby looks at the issues at stake.
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