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The Truth about the Grand TV Experiment

Funny story: The Truth about the Grand TV Experiment

Back and to the Left News has discovered a new sociology test that has been running on the British public over the last five years. The test, run in conjunction with Ofcom has come to the conclusion that anyone who watches a TV show and then complain...

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Scrimping show slammed by TV watchdog over home electrolysis

Funny story: Scrimping show slammed by TV watchdog over home electrolysis

The scrimping and saving show, Waste Not Want Not on the television channel Living has been slammed by the television watchdog after their article on home electrolysis. "The show demonstrated how to construct an electrolysis device for removing b...

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OFCOM Set Up New Department

Funny story: OFCOM Set Up New Department

The Office of Communications - OFCOM - are to set up a brand new sub department to be known as OFBOYLE, which will be tasked solely with dealing with all the complaints made about controversial comedian Frankie Boyle. In the last year alone, the g...

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New TV Broadcasting Code Announced

Funny story: New TV Broadcasting Code Announced

A new broadcasting code for TV channels is to come into effect at the end of this month. Announcing sweeping new guidelines covering, amongst other things, product placement and programme quality, an OFCOM spokesman explained "Its clear that , th...

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Murdoch to Buy Out UK's Ofcom

LONDON - In order to cut the deficit, Rupert Murdoch, owner of (I don't need to fucking point it out every time, do I? He's Murdoch.) those things, has agreed to buy out Ofcom. Ofcom (Office for Communications) is the British equivilent of the FCC...

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Changing times: Swearing, Censorship, Ofcom and Keats

Funny story: Changing times: Swearing, Censorship, Ofcom and Keats

This week, Ofcom will release new legislation for swearing on TV. Frank Miller investigates the past, present and future of what is termed 'Classical English'. Times change We're aware of the changing times where swear words from yesterday may not be deemed offensive by todays standards. A History lesson Did you know that English bylaws of the 1800's stated that public flogging was a reg...

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ITV fined for broadcasting 'drivel'

Funny story: ITV fined for broadcasting 'drivel'

UK broadcaster ITV was today fined a record £5.6m by regulator OFCOM for the 'never ending stream of puerile drivel spewing from a mediocre network with no sense of quality control'. ITV is said to be conducting a phone-in poll of its board o...

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Ofcom announce John Barrowman ban

Funny story: Ofcom announce John Barrowman ban

Ofcom today announced a ban which stipulated that John Barrowman must commit to more Torchwood appearances before accepting any other invitations to be on Celebrity based shows.

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BBC In A Spin Over Axeing Of Latest Children's Show...Before It's Even Been Aired!!

The BBC has today pulled the plug on what it had hoped was going to be the saviour of kiddies TV, following a severe rap on the knuckles from TV watchdog OFCOM.

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