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Tit tape and "clothing"
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Fashion tape ruins dayshows
There’s a worryingly large percentage of channels now insisting their girls wear nipple pads/fashion tape during the dayshows. I really sensed a more liberated outlook once Labour had finally gotten the boot, but while the dayshows might remain as provocative as ever, it looks like we’ll be seeing less and less of the those little brown buttons making their impromptu appearances from now on.
05-06-2010 17:52
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RE: Fashion tape ruins dayshows
(05-06-2010 17:52 )StanTheMan Wrote:  I really sensed a more liberated outlook once Labour had finally gotten the boot

Don't know how you would sense that. On certain issues - people running amok in the community with firearms, the attitude the unemployed should adopt in relation to job seeking, etc - the political parties are always going to be singing from the same hymn sheet, and freebie telly porn would fall into the same category. Can't see the LibCon alliance doing anything other than taking the same dim view of it that the previous incumbents took; it would leave them too open to easy attack. On that basis, the shows will toe the same line as before; that more liberated outlook is a mirage!
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06-06-2010 16:22
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RE: Fashion tape ruins dayshows
(06-06-2010 16:22 )Addison Wrote:  
(05-06-2010 17:52 )StanTheMan Wrote:  I really sensed a more liberated outlook once Labour had finally gotten the boot

Don't know how you would sense that. On certain issues - people running amok in the community with firearms, the attitude the unemployed should adopt in relation to job seeking, etc - the political parties are always going to be singing from the same hymn sheet, and freebie telly porn would fall into the same category. Can't see the LibCon alliance doing anything other than taking the same dim view of it that the previous incumbents took; it would leave them too open to easy attack. On that basis, the shows will toe the same line as before; that more liberated outlook is a mirage!

I agree with 100% on this just take the policys of all the parties on people looking for work the if they say no to a job we stop there money they all wanted this

lets not even get started on the fact that its been a rule for the unemployed for years now also they only wear tape if the outfit is see through or they pop out a lot of the time

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06-06-2010 22:12
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RE: Fashion tape ruins dayshows
So you can both say - with complete sincerity - that fashion tape/nipple pads are not being used more now that they ever have before?
06-06-2010 22:30
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Tit tape and "clothing"
This has been bugging me for a while.

Does anybody know the rules regarding exposure of breasts and the use of tit tape on day shows.

Many models such as Fernanda,Alice and now Kelly Bell to name but three wear out fits that involve not much more than some "netting" and nipple covers.(this is to be encouraged of courseBig Grin)but my question is what is to stop any model going on screen with nothing on top except tape covering her nipples?Or is there some bizarre ofcock ruling stating that some clothing must be covering breasts even if it is see through or just "draped" in place.

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01-09-2010 14:34
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RE: Tit tape and "clothing"
Yeah this is been on my mind as well (no really!). It does seem rather odd that some girls are rather more exposed to the breeze of a cooling fan than some of the post 9 pm girls choose to be, at times. Naturally I'm not waiting for the moment when one of them makes a sudden lunge for the mic and bursts out all over the shop. Wink
01-09-2010 15:15
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I think it's simply the 'gesture' of clothing that allows them to get away with it, speedybert. Stupid, but that's the only answer I can come up with.
01-09-2010 21:20
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RE: Tit tape and "clothing"
Ofcom have punished at least one channel for relying on nipple covers. In their write up the clearly were not impressed that the nipple covers were supposedly visible in down-blouse shots, but the clincher was that they said the nipples weren't actually covered.

Reading between the lines, there seems to be little they can do if the little pink flickers are not visible, but the second they can be seen the channel is in trouble. It's basically own-risk.

So Ofcom can't ban this but it would be foolish to move fast...
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01-09-2010 21:52
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RE: Tit tape and "clothing"
(01-09-2010 21:20 )StanTheMan Wrote:  I think it's simply the 'gesture' of clothing that allows them to get away with it, speedybert. Stupid, but that's the only answer I can come up with.

That's pretty much what I think too although it would be interesting to hear something direct from a studio on this.

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01-09-2010 22:07
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RE: Tit tape and "clothing"
Of course there are 'rules' otherwise Bang Channels Limited and Bang Media (London) Limited would not have been fined £147,250 by Ofcom's Broadcasting Sanctions Committee for breaches between 20th June 2009 and 25th November 2009 on both Tease Me TV and Bang Babes.
Bang Channels Limited and Bang Media (London) Limited were sanctioned against the Broadcasting Code that came into effect on the 25th July 2005.
The problem with the code is that it is not objective but very subjective therefore leaving the broadcaster open in interpreting it's intentions and if that differs from Ofcom's viewpoint then the broadcaster is found to be in breach.
Ofcom always state that the code should not be read in isolation but in association with published guidance, historic decisions published in their fortnightly Broadcast Bulletin's and letter's/e-mails sent to all broadcasters following a breach.
Some of the breaches found against Bang Media (London) Limited who operate Tease Me TV (The Pad) were for excessive exposure of nipples, inappropriate poses and movement by the presenter's etc.
Ofcom state that they offered guidance on compliance to the broadcaster and i have included this direct from their formal published decision.

Guidance from Ofcom
30. As part of its regulatory function, the Ofcom Executive had raised concerns about certain content broadcast by Bang Channels and Bang Media with the broadcasters and offered the Licensees compliance guidance. This included email correspondence in February and April 2009 and letters containing guidance sent in April and November 2009.
31. The guidance was therefore provided both before the transmission of the first recorded breach (20 June 2009) and variously prior to the transmission of later breaches.
32. The Ofcom Executive also provided guidance to all relevant broadcasters via two published notes in Ofcom‟s Broadcast Bulletin 137 and 144 and a letter to all broadcasters in August 2009.


Now these e-mail's and letter's are private to the broadcaster but you can be rest assured that Ofcom's ineptitude, and i use this word quite intentionally, in giving clear and distinct guidance they would have only dealt with the nip slips and not the amount of breast exposed.
Now i can only assume that the operators of The Pad, Elite TV Daytime and more recently Party Talk are now operating in full compliance with this recent guidance and ensuring no nip slips by requiring presenters to wear nipple covers but leaving the rest of the breast exposed, albeit covered in a flimsy net body stocking.

Again direct from the breach decision

The Pad; Tease Me 3, 20 August 2009, 12:00
92. The Committee noted that this programme was found to have breached Rule 1.3 and concerned the broadcast of unsuitable daytime content. It then noted that there is currently no directly relevant precedent for the level of financial penalty to be applied in such cases. The Committee were therefore left to consider how seriously it regards such contraventions. The Committee noted that daytime content represents programming accessible to children. It considered that the protection of minors is a key statutory duty for Ofcom. In light of this, the Committee considered that adult programming, if accessible to children should be viewed with the utmost seriousness and should be punished accordingly.
93. The Committee considered that, in this instance, the risk of harm to children and offence to viewers in general was significant. The presenter of the programme had adopted clearly sexual positions for relatively prolonged periods of time and her nipples were clearly visible at various times. The material had no editorial context other than sexual stimulation and such material should not be broadcast at a time when children would be able to view it. The Committee therefore considered that the breach identified was sufficiently serious so as to warrant the imposition of a financial penalty.
94. The Committee noted the Licensees‟ representations that the Licensee had taken steps to ensure compliance with Ofcom‟s guidance on daytime programming and had invited Ofcom employees to comment on their footage. The Committee noted in this regard that it is not for Ofcom employees to vet footage supplied by a licensee. Whilst Ofcom will endeavour to assist licensees in meeting their licence obligations, compliance is a matter for the licensee. Ofcom employees had provided Bang Channels with written guidance as to acceptable material during daytime programming on two separate occasions prior to the breach.


So now the channels are operating within guidance issued by Ofcom that no nipples are to be exposed. Now it is not a question of how much breast is exposed BUT how it is exposed. Ofcom do not need to state what percentage of breast exposure is suitable only that they believe that the material has no editorial context other than sexual stimulation and such material should not be broadcast at a time when children are able to view it = breach.

I say enjoy it whilst you can because it will not last. If you read other threads associated with Ofcom you will see that there are current investigations against the channels. So far 11 additional complaints in August against Bang Babes/Early Bird.

Weekly Complaints link

http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/enforce...omplaints/

Full Minuted Decision link

http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/binarie...annels.pdf

I don't believe that Bang Channels Limited and Bang Media (London) Limited will just pay the fine and continue their operation, albeit pushing the limits on daytime tv. I believe they will be seeking redress through the courts, as is their Human Right although i still need to check out their bank balance with Companies House.

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01-09-2010 22:46
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