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Sex-role portrayal code for television and radio programming

Canadian Broadcast Standards Council

Sex-role portrayal code for television and radio programming

by Canadian Broadcast Standards Council

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Published by s.n.] in [Canada .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women on television -- Canada,
  • Sex role on television -- Canada,
  • Broadcasting policy -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    With: MediaWatch intervention kit for CRTC hearings (1991)

    StatementCanadian Broadcast Standards Council.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18544942M

    Ethics, the Voluntary Code regarding Violence on Television, and the Sex -Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming. Mimi Fullerton, national chair of the CBSC, says the action was taken in view of a number of complaints received relating to offensive language "which it could not adjudicate because the CAB codes do not cover such. Such complaints were invariably referred to the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, who were consistent in taking a position that in their view the program did not 'present a negative or degrading portrayal of women', and that the program did not breach the Sex-Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming.

    The portrayal of sex roles in Canadian television programming, Author: George Spears ; Kasia Seydegart ; Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission. He focuses on the days of radio soaps, the transition to TV in the 50s, and mostly leaves the genre at Despite the title of his book, his coverage of the radio days is bit more detailed than can be easily found elsewhere, and he is able to provide a ratings charts for the two top radio soaps through the years, which I hadn't seen in other /5(2).

    The undertaking's programming complies with the guidelines on gender portrayal set out in the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' (CAB) Sex-Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming and the provisions of the CAB's Broadcast Code for Advertising to Children as may be amended from time to time and approved by the Commission. This is the way this translates into media: television, radio, magazines, music etc. often portray woman as sexual objects awaiting domination and men as the hunters ready to prey on them. These outlets train and force us to see each other as the object and subject, resulting in rigid gender roles.


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Sex-role portrayal code for television and radio programming by Canadian Broadcast Standards Council Download PDF EPUB FB2

This Code of conduct dealing with sex-role portrayal in television and radio programming is designed to complement the general principles of the CAB Code of Ethics and other CAB voluntary codes.

Background. Sex Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming I - Introduction This Code reflects the responsibility of licensees, under the Broadcasting Act, to assure that their programming and broadcast services achieve the highest professional standards and demonstrates the broadcasters' commitment to the fair and equitable portrayal of all.

It replaces the CAB’s Sex-Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming. The CRTC stated that the Code clearly establishes that its goal is equitable portrayal and that its focus, in order to meet that goal, is to "overcome unduly negative portrayal.".

This Code, which replaces the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (“CAB”) Sex-Role Portrayal Code, has been created to ensure the equitable portrayal of all persons in television and radio programming.

Canada’s private broadcasters recognize the cumulative societal effect of negative portrayal and, by creating this Equitable Portrayal Code (“Code”), establish common standards to.

The Commission amends the Sex-Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming by replacing it with the Code, effective immediately.

All licensees that, by condition of licence, have until now been governed by the Sex-Role Portrayal Code are now governed by the Equitable Portrayal Code, appended to this public notice. The version of the guidelines submitted in Octoberwithin the "Sex-Role Portrayal Code in Radio and Television Programming" (see Appendix A), has been approved by the Commission.

In approving the CAB's revised guidelines, the Commission considers. The Canadian Association of Broadcasters Sex-role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming () Radio and Television News Directors Association Code of Ethics () The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Ethics Code () Distribute copies of these codes to students to review during this class.

Canadian Broadcast Standards Council: Sex Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming; Canadian Broadcast Standards Council: The Pay Television and Pay-Per-View Programming Code; Canadian Broadcast Standards Council: Violence Code; Canada Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Journalistic Standards and Practices.

ONTARIO REGIONAL PANEL. The Dean Blundell Show is the morning show on rock radio station CFNY-FM ( The Edge, Toronto). It is hosted by Dean Blundell, Todd Shapiro and Derek Welsman and airs weekdays from to am.

It contains news, traffic and weather updates, songs and banter between the hosts. Sex-Role Portrayal Code, Clause 2 [c] (Diversity) Television and radio programming shall respect the principles of intellectual and emotional equality of both sexes and the dignity of all individuals.

CBC Television Manual for Program Standards & specifically the Radio Broadcasting Regulations [par. 3] and the Television Broadcasting Regulations [par CAB Sex-Role Portrayal Code.

This document outlines the responsibilities of pay television providers and states that these broadcasters must comply with the Sex Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming, which stipulates that men and women from different ethnic groups and of different visible minorities must be represented in a diversity of roles with a diversity of : Katherine Bateman, Karim H.

Karim. This Code, which replaces the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (“CAB”) Sex-Role Portrayal Code, has been created to ensure the equitable portrayal of all persons in television and radio programming.

The content of all adult programming will comply with the Pay Television Regulations,the Pay Television and Pay-Per-View Programming Code Regarding Violence and the Sex-Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming [replaced by the Equitable Portrayal Code in ].

that these broadcasters must comply with the Sex Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming, which stipulates that men and women from different ethnic groups and of different visible minorities must be represented in a diversity of roles with a diversity of responsibilities.

This Code, which replaces the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (“CAB”) Sex-Role Portrayal Code, has been created to ensure the equitable. For instance, Eyal and Finnerty () found that portrayals of sexual intercourse on television tend to have emotional consequences for the characters but also tend to be positive.

In addition. Critiques of sexuality on TV - Kunkel, Eyal, Biely, Cope-Farrar, Donnerstein & Fandrich () -Sexual content appears in 83% of programs popular among adolescents.

-Sex is portrayed as a casual, leisure activity motivated solely by physical pleasure and personal gain. CSR and Sirius Canada have also committed to adhere to the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' (CAB) Sex-Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming, and CSR has further committed to abide by the CAB's Broadcast Code for Advertising to Children.

The CBSC National Specialty Services Panel examined the complaint under the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ (CAB) Code of Ethics and Sex-Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming.

The Panel observed, first, that nothing in the subject matter of the film was incompatible with its status as a documentary; there was no. Examples include the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Voluntary Code Regarding Violence in Television Programming, CAB Sex Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming, Advertising Standards Canada General Portrayal Guidelines for Advertising, CAB Broadcast Code for Advertising to Children, and the Code for Broadcast.Programming Department screens it to ensure that it is suitable for broadcast.

The determination of suitability includes ensuring that the broadcast would not contravene the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Code of Ethics, the CAB Sex-Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming, and the Voluntary Code Regarding Violence in.CAB Code of Ethics (Revised in ) CAB Violence Code; CAB Equitable Portrayal Code.

Sex Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming () RTDNA Code of (Journalistic) Ethics (Revised in ) Journalistic Independence Code; Industry Code of Programming Standards and Practices Governing Pay, Pay-Per-View and Video-On-Demand Services.