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Super Channel breached codes by airing horror films, video game shows before 9 p.m.

Briefs | 07/08/2020 3:41 pm EDT

Allarco Entertainment 2008.’s Super Channel violated the Pay TV Violence and Programming codes by airing violence, coarse language and sexuality and nudity on its channels before the “Watershed” hour of 9 p.m., the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council has ruled. 

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