QuickTakes: How do you feel about Fox’s on-air censorship during the Emmys?

Sep 23, 2007  •  Post A Comment

“With indecency such a hot button, it’s no surprise Fox censored as they did. Yet it’s hard to imagine [Sally] Field’s words in particular would be shocking to many people in the society in which we now live. Truth be told, fans love these actors’ ‘unstaged,’ passion-driven moments. They provide a rare glimpse into the actors’ real personas.” — Will Richmond, president, Broadband Directions
“Censorship of the Emmy Award show, or any award show for that matter, is a simple reality as long as the program airs on broadcast television. Presenters and award recipients are well aware of these regulations and should abide by the rules so that the audience does not have to endure the painful cut-away shot from the ceiling as we did Sunday night.” — Daniel Tibbets, executive VP and studio chief, GoTV Networks


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