Today we released decisions on four complaints, none of which were upheld.
Two complaints related to the promotion of adult programmes during family television viewing times. The BSA emphasised that under the broadcasting codes of practice “broadcasters are able to promote AO programmes during G programmes, provided the content of the promo meets the requirements of the G classification”. In these particular cases, the BSA found that while the promos were for programmes targeted at adults, the content of the promos was consistent with expectations of a family viewing timeslot and did not contain any graphic or explicit adult material.
You can read our media release on these two decisions here.
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