At Last! Liberman Drops ‘José Luis Sin Censura’

It was about time!

After an 18-month campaign by media organizations and gay and lesbians defense leagues, Spanish-language media juggernaut Liberman this week said it will drop ‘José Luis Sin Censura,’ a show it describes as the Hispanic Jerry Springer, and which was really nothing but a daily extravaganza of offensive comments and on-air verbal and physical attacks on people, especially homosexuals.

Watch here what you’ll be “missing” from now on (if you can stomach it, that is.)

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At Last! A Call Against ‘José Luis Sin Censura’

I have been writing about Liberman’s Spanish-language programming for quite some time now, and was always appalled at the lack of response by mainstream media about the offensive nature of some of their programming.

Things might change soon.

Today the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) and the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) filed a joint complaint with the FCC against Liberman Broadcasting, Inc. and KRCA, a broadcast television station serving the Los Angeles area. The complaint is in response to a string of broadcasts of the Spanish-language television talk show José Luis Sin Censura, which contains indecent, profane, and obscene material, offensive language, nudity, and on-air verbal and physical attacks against women as well as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.

Watch for yourself (if you can stomach it, that is.)

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