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TV content ratings attacked

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Parents Television Council, Washington, a conservative media watchdog group, gave the TV industry's program content ratings system an "F" on its first report card. At a press conference, council chairman L. Brent Bozell cited three instances in which PG-rated prime time shows aired in January carried distinct references to oral sex or masturbation or used "beeped" over profanity.

Copyright February 1997, Crain Communications Inc.

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