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Friday, April 4, 2008

Hugo Chavez Against 'The Simpsons'

Updated: The director of Conatel said Televen TV station could be closed for 72 hours for broadcasting 'The Simpsons'.

Chavez Regime Commission who regulates the content for Radio & Television opened an investigation file against TV station Televen (a private TV station which manager negotiate with Chavez the censor of opposition information over Chavez Regime stupidities) for the transmission of the popular TV show 'The Simpsons' for its broadcasting on PG audience time.

CONATEL, the Chavez SS for media content said that TV show could violate the law about content forbidden for transmission to General Audience because 'is against the integral formation of children and teenagers'.

General Director of the TV Station whose logo is a big fat RED balloon,
Germán Pérez Nahím said 'The Simpsons' was already TOOK OUT FROM THE TV STATION GENERAL SCHEDULE.

'The Simpsons' was been broadcasting Mondays to Fridays at 11:00am, local time. Instead of the yellow family, Televen will broadcast, listen to this people, Baywatch Hawaii, ok, so instead a funny animated family, people will see on PG audience time, women with bikini's.

'The Simpson' turned out into big rating numbers for this TV station on mornings.

CONATEL in the past already censored some episodes of 'The Simpsons'.

Windows Live Messenger also:

CONATEL also open an investigation against tv channels Globovision, Venevision, Televen, and sport channel Meridiano TV, among with telecoms company Movistar for a commercial of promotion of SMS services to use Windows Live Messengers on mobile phones, because is suppose to be against an article of the 'Social Responsability on Radio and TV' that say all content that promote violation of the 'Transit Law' is forbidden. :S

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