Time: Is There an Epidemic of Nudity on Prime-Time TV?

By Hysen Sisco

A study by the Parents Television Council says that blurred or pixilated nudity is increasingly being shown on prime-time TV

By Gary Susman
June 10, 2013

Even as the audience for broadcast network television is on an irreversible decline, the incidence of nudity in prime time is on the rise. If departing viewers knew about the latest findings of the Parents Television Council (PTC) — which released a study last week predicting that nudity on the networks will increase 61%, even in shows rated as kid-friendly — they’d surely return in droves.

Not that the conservative-leaning PTC thinks nudity (at any time on TV schedule) is a good thing. “Most parents instinctively know that they need to monitor what their kids watch on television,” said PTC President Tim Winter in a statement, “but our new research shows that it would be almost impossible for them to protect their kids from blurred or pixilated nudity on TV since most broadcast TV networks are rating these shows as acceptable for young children.”

Yes, that’s right, the PTC considers blurred or pixilated nudity just as harmful to kids as the unobscured kind. And it’s pixilated nudity that the PTC study says is on the …read more

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