Thursday, 6 March 2014

Canadian Porn (Safe for Work)

From CBC

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission says AOV XXX Action Clips and AOV Maleflixxx may not be airing enough Canadian content or closed captioning.

The X-rated specialty channels are supposed to air 35 per cent Canadian programming over the broadcast year and 90 per cent of its content should have captioning.

As part of proposed licence renewals, the commission plans to hear evidence on the apparent non-compliance.

How do you make "Canadian programming"? Does the plumber speak French to the English speaking bored housewife? Are there hockey/poutine/maple syrup fetishes?

And captioning? Have any of these people actually heard porn dialogue?

3 comments:

doej105 said...

There's actually a Wikipedia article defining Canadian content.

JohnM said...

Are there hockey/poutine/maple syrup fetishes?

Rule 34
Thus:
1. http://tinyurl.com/olgzrg2
etc.

The Stigler said...

doej,

These things are ridiculous (and ironically, normally supported by the same people that make the most noise about racism).