On 27th April, Nickelodeon broadcast a cartoon series based on the popular folk tale ‘The Emperor Has No Clothes’ which had questionable material in it.
Here is the notice which was released by PEMRA:
نیکلوڈین چینل کی کارٹون سیریز”The Emperor’s” میں غیر اخلاقی اور نازیبا ملبوسات والے کردار نشر کرنے پر پیمرا کاچینل کو 5 مئی تک جوابدہی کاحکم pic.twitter.com/88EKQR9kz8
— Report PEMRA (@reportpemra) April 28, 2017
PEMRA also stated that viewing of such content is against the religion and the ethical code. Moreover, it can have a devastating effect on younger minds in the longer run.
This isn’t the first instance of its kind though. Last time PEMRA were faced with such a situation, the questionable cartoon show was banned for an entire year.
The channel has been asked to respond to PEMRA and either pay a fine of Rs. 1 million or have its landing right issues suspended or revoked.
Nickelodeon TV Channel is frequently abbreviated to Nick. It is an American digital TV and satellite Telecom Company propelled on December 1, 1977. The Nickelodeon TV Channel is claimed by Viacom through Viacom Media Networks and situated in New York City. It is essentially gone for youngsters and youths matured 8–17 while its weekday morning edutainment projects are focused at more youthful kid’s ages 0–7.
The name of the Nickelodeon TV Channel originates from the initial five penny motion picture theaters called nickelodeons. Nickelodeon’s history goes back to December 1, 1977, when Warner Cable Communications propelled the initial two-way intuitive link framework, QUBE, in Columbus, Ohio.
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