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The study also claimed instances in which there was profanity, but the offending word was bleeped out.The PTC's activities extend to evaluation, rating, and educating around broadcast TV programs according to a traffic light system across three categories of sex, violence and profanity, accumulating to an overall rating based on the ratings of these three categories.The guide has been in use since the 1995–96 season In the PTC's definition of its traffic light system, green light indicates that the program is "appropriate for all ages", a yellow light indicates that the program "would be unsuitable for children under the age of 14", and a red light indicates that the program is "appropriate for adult audiences only".Seth Mac Farlane, creator of Family Guy, compared the PTC's frequent negative reviews of the series to "hate mail from Hitler" and "They're literally terrible human beings.Following the 2005–06 television season, PTC issued a report Faith in a Box that analyzed depictions of religion in primetime television.The study stated that most positive references to religion were on reality shows such as Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, while claiming that scripted shows tended to be more negative towards it.Personal attention combined with my passion for flying guarantees that you will become a safe, confident and competent pilot.
The PTC began operations in 1995 following private planning meetings with Charlton Heston, Michael Medved, and others in the entertainment industry, who would eventually make up the Advisory Board of the PTC.I've read their newsletter, I've visited their website, and they're just rotten to the core.For an organization that prides itself on 'Christian' values..spend their entire day hating people." "So You Think You Can Rate a TV Show?PTC was founded in 1995 by longtime political activist L. Bozell is a prominent conservative activist who has, among other things, served as Executive Director of the Conservative Victory Committee, a political action committee that has supported the election of dozens of conservative candidates over the past ten years.
He was also National Finance Chairman for Pat Buchanan's 1992 presidential campaign, and later president of the National Conservative Political Action Committee.
In 2000, PTC's report What a Difference a Decade Makes allegedly stated that there was an increase in profanity, sex, and violence on television during the 1990s.