MTV Apologizes for Four-Letter Words on MTV Movie Awards Broadcast

Jun 8, 2010  •  Post A Comment

MTV issued an apology for the numerous four-letter words uttered during the broadcast of its MTV Movie Awards show, although it really shouldn’t have been surprised given one of the award categories is "Best WTF Moment," reports Joe Flint in the Los Angeles Times’ Company Town blog. 

The network said it was sorry for audience members who were offended by "objectionable words that might have slipped by for the live airing" and vowed to mute four-letter words from future broadcasts of the show.

Still, the free-flowing curse words didn’t turn away viewers, as telecast drew 16.4 million people who watched on MTV and other Viacom networks, a 2% bump from last year.

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