Months of campaigning against the “José Luis Sin Censura,” by the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) and the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) is paying off. Two major companies have pulled their ads and 2 affiliates have taken the controversial program off their air.
NHMC and GLAAD announced yesterday that AT&T and Time Warner Cable have withdrawn advertising from the show, because of its offensive, obscene and violent content.
WSVN-TV in Miami dropped the program from its digital channels while KCTU-TV in Wichita eliminated the entire Estrella TV network from its multicast channel due to its objectionable content.
Earlier this year, NHMC and GLAAD filed an FCC indecency complaint against “José Luis Sin Censura.”