Offensive Content Policies.
Stuart’s Vintage Radio Broadcasting is an international public broadcaster. We recognise that some songs in our collection are not suitable for Broadcasting to an international Audience. To this end we take steps to ensure all content offends the fewest number of people possible according to these published guidelines.
-Content that is sexual or suggestive content involving minors. Age of consent for the purpose of our Broadcast Standards is considered to be 18 irregardless of the law in our governing nation.
-Content that threatens or advocates for physical or mental harm on oneself or others
-Content that harasses, intimidates, or bullies an individual or group of individuals
-Is personal or confidential information
-Impersonates someone in a misleading or abusive manner
-Content that incites hatred against, promotes discrimination of, or disparages an individual or group on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalisation
-Content that seeks to exploit others
-Content containing violent language, or accounts of physical trauma
-Content containing gratuitous portrayals of bodily fluids or waste
-Content containing obscene or profane language
-Content that is likely to shock or scare
-Content that may be deemed as capitalising on or lacking reasonable sensitivity towards a natural disaster, conflict, death, or other tragic event
-Content that promotes cruelty or gratuitous violence towards animals
-Content that may be interpreted as trading in, or selling products derived from, threatened or extinct species
For content to be ruled obscene, it must meet a three-pronged test established by the Supreme Court: It must appeal to an average person's prurient interest; depict or describe sexual conduct in a "patently offensive" way; and, taken as a whole, lack serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value.
Broadcasting obscene content is prohibited at all times of the day.
When filing a complaint, please include the following information:
-Date and time of the broadcast.
-Details of what was actually said or depicted during the broadcast.
Detailed complaints are helpful for analysing the context of offensive language, images or scenes and determining possible rule violations. It is also helpful (but not a requirement) to include a recording or transcript of a broadcast when possible. Should a complaint found to be warranted the offending will be handled in accordance to our policies listed in actions taken. We will NOT communicate our reasoning for our decisions nor will we apologise for our decisions. We can not fix the 1970’s it is 2019 after all.
Complaints may be sent to
-We do not bleep or edit out content that violates our guidelines. If a song is deemed to violate our content guidelines we do not play the entire song. During feature album series albums containing songs that violate these guidelines will not be featured.
-We script and record all speaking and voiced content and edit out and/or rerecord voice portions to remove any content violating these guidelines and to maintain voice continuity as though the content was never spoken.