The Parents Television Council is urging members to contact their state attorneys general, urging them to investigate whether local cable and satellite providers violated child pornography laws by distributing the MTV show.
NEW YORK (AP) — The audience for MTV’s racy teen drama “Skins” plunged to 1.6 million Monday night, a drop-off of more than half from its premiere a week earlier, according to Nielsen Co. ratings. The viewer slump may signal a triumph for the Parents Television Council, a watchdog group that had blasted the series’ […]
A rep for Subway says that the sandwich chain “will not be advertising on [Monday’s] episode.” Subway appeared on the premiere of the show.
The Wrigley Co. is the latest advertiser to pull out of MTV’s Skins. Taco Bell dropped its ads from the racy teen drama Thursday, saying the program was “not a fit” for the brand. GM followed suit Friday, placing the show on its “Do Not Buy” list.
Two days after the watchdog group the Parents Television Council called for a boycott of Taco Bell for advertising during MTV’s teen show Skins, the fast food comapny has decided to pull its ads.
MTV executives order changes in its provocative new Skins after concerns are raised that some scenes from upcoming episodes may violate federal child pornography statutes.
MTV executives are concerned that some scenes from the provocative new Skins may violate federal child pornography statutes.