posted on Oct, 6 2013 @ 08:35 AM
Just for info, I speak Czech and live in the capital, Prague. This is one of the state-run TV stations and the news reader is talking about upcoming
elections. Details are not necessary. It's only politics.
As for the momentary shot on one of the TV screens in the background, I have no idea what that was supposed to be about. I can confirm, though, that
visuals of this nature on our TV screens (normally within an evening movie) are neither unknown nor particularly remarked upon. Simply put, no-one
I'm not talking about the late-night porno-movie channels, by the way. They are what they are and their audience share is probably rather small. I'm
just saying that if there is a nude scene within a movie on a regular channel then it's normally shown. Prior to any such movie, there is always an
on-screen warning (both verbally and with graphics) advising viewers that the following program is not suitable for people below a certain age. The
same applies if there is gratuitous violence.
Most movies that are US-made but have scenes cut for US viewers are shown uncut here.
Strangely enough,if I'm watching a movie on a German satellite channel, they tend to leave any sexual scenes in but drastically cut any real violence.
But then, the Germans even have late-night chat shows where they do live interviews with naked couples and so on. I have no idea why they have this
rather mixed standard, but they do.
edit on 6/10/13 by JustMike because: Typos.