Uncut Anime...ON TV?
Hmm..here's an interesting article...
Basically, it says that the TV stations THEM SELVES can regulate TV violence, & NOT the FCC. They quote as saying
"TV violence, when treated artistically, is [necessary] to telling the story," he says. "But when there is unjustifiable, gratuitous violence, I'd rather see this community have the responsibility rather than the government."
So, basically, Cartoon Network can decide how much is to much. So chances are, Cowboy Bebop & other possible animes will probably be shown MUCH LESS edited. Knowing Cartoon Network, they'd probably just edit out the nudity & such, but that's reasonable.
And just imagine the rest of the Adult Swim block...ooo..it's gona get messy.
Hmm..South Park is gona have a field day with this..and you know it. Hmm..maybe the Man-Show to...hmmmm..
My tremendous intuitive sense of the female creature informs me that you are troubled...
This is already the way it works. The FCC does not regulate content and never has. It has always been up to stations and networks; that's why they have "Broadcast Standards and Practices" divisions.
What FCC chairman Michael Powell is saying is that it should remain this way. Indeed, if there is a change it would more likely be in the direction of tighter self-control. That at any rate is the subtext; this is a bureaucrat sending a thinly veiled warning to the industry: We'd rather you shape yourselves up, but there are people here willing to do it for you.
Cowboy Bebop is already "MUCH LESS" edited. Some episodes were totally unedited, even.
Did you knew that.....................
the anime shown in Mexico is uncut?
This are the shows that were broadcasted in thier magnificent uncut glory!
Sailor Moon(even the song was left intact)
Dragon Ball Z(Thank you God, for no FUNimation companies in Mexico )
Saint Seiya(You'll love it when it gets to the US)
Ranma was the only one that gor heavily edited(the nudity that is)