Public Shows bans Mega Show program for 30 days for obscene

The National Commission for Public Shows and Radio (CNEPR), prohibited the transmission of the program “Mega Show” for 30 days, produced by Telemicro, channel 5 at 7:00 pm, due to the obscenities it promotes.

According to a statement, the content of the program that leads Jesus “Masa” Gil, violates Regulation 824 that regulates the content on radio and television, by using offensive sexual expressions and positions.

“That the corporal expressions manifested in that program by the participants, such as highly sexual positions, sexual innuendos and double meaning language, being outrageous, daring and grotesque actions”, indicates the statement on the reason behind the sanction, issued through of resolution No. 001-2022.

The document was signed by Joseph Báez, the head of the CNEPR, Germán Martínez, vice president, Marvic Cruz, secretary, Angely Báez, and Carlos Ortiz, as well as by the members of the body.

Similarly, a legal warning was made to the owners, directors, drivers, managers or similar of the different channels and television programs so that they proceed to comply with the guidelines and avoid violating the regulations.

Article 125 of Regulation 824 indicates that the CNE is empowered to suspend the performance of an announcer for a certain period, for the violation of any of the provisions contained in the aforementioned regulation.

The “Mega Show” will be suspended from this Monday, June 20, until Wednesday, July 20, the date on which the term of the sanction issued by the entity expires, for having made irresponsible and improper use of television space.

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