27 Dec '11, 9pm

Have you read TODAY’s commentary about MDA’s unified set of classification ratings?

There is a whole new level of sexy on television these days, and it comes in the form of shows like the Sex And The City movie being aired on - who would've imagined it? - MediaCorp TV Channel 5. Since the Media Development Authority introduced a unified set of ratings for the cinema, television programmes, videos and other media in July this year, free-to-air TV channels have been allowed to broadcast programmes rated PG13 between 10pm and 6am, and programmes rated PG at other times of the day. Cable channels are allowed to broadcast programmes rated up to M18. Each home has a different cable subscription (if any), but every home has Channel 5. Has the new ratings system allowed the ubiquitous channel to grow a little more adult? MediaCorp TV's director for Programme Standards & Practices (Channel 5 & okto) David Christie thinks it has given Channel 5 the freedom to go fu...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Entertainment/Television/EDC11...

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