September 24, 2007
Ofcom Says Channel 4 Program About Diana OK
Media watchdog agency Ofcom has ruled that Channel 4's recent documentary about the late Princess Diana did not breach any rules, even though several thousand viewers objected to some of the images, including one showing an injured Diana receiving treatment from a French EMT. The agency said the content was "in line with expectations for an investigative historical drama on Channel 4". Diana's sons William and Harry also asked Channel 4 to edit the documentary but the network refused. Read more here in a BBC story.
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