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TV Ratings In YN

PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 5:43 am
The W1LLAN1AN National Television and Movie Censors Association (NTMCA) rates every program aired by the W1LLAN1AN Television Network (WTN) and Here is a list of all ratings rated by the NTMCA:

G (0+) - General - This rating is suitable for all ages.
PG (13+) - Parental Guidance - Children below 13 years of age must seek parental guidance.
M (13+) - Mature Rating - Audience 13 years old or above are allowed to watch the program.
R (16+) - Restricted For Audience 16 Years Old or Above - Audience 16 years old or above are allowed to watch the program.
R (18+) - Restricted For Audience 18 Years Old or Above - Audience 18 years old or above are allowed to watch the program.

PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 8:36 am
by Aikoland
There is only one content rating system in Aikoland which is universally used for television, movies, and video games.

The ratings are extremely simple and merely correspond with the recommended minimum age group that the media may be appropriate for:

The 18 rating is the only one which is enforced by law, as it can contain pornographic materials, and, for television, news and most sports programming are exempt from being rated.

PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2019 10:32 pm
by Borovan entered the region as he
E is for everyone
C is for children 8 and older
T is for Tweens 12 and older
M is for mature 16 and older
A is for well mature 18 and older

The guidance tv ratings system is governed by a coalition of experts, parents, and business industry who familiarize with audience enjoyment safety

PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2019 10:59 pm
by Ieskarios
The Royal Ieskari Film and Television Board has 4 official ratings:

-E: Meaning for everyone, no warnings necessary. Mostly for children's programming, nature programming and religious shows.
-PG: Meaning parental guidance. Some cautions are to be taken for younger audiences. Includes violence, sexual innuendo and mild profanity.
-15+: Mature-rated content. Mostly reserved for blood and gore, mild sexual content, excessive profanity or usage of alcohol or cigarettes.
-AO: Adults-only content. This rating is given very rarely. Includes excessive blood and gore, graphic sexual content, hardcore drug use or gambling.

PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:35 pm
by Andocara
Rated P: for preschool aged children

Rated C: for children, specifically under the age 10, roughly equivalent to rated G.
Rated Y: for youth, those under the age of 12 need supervision.
Rated A: for adolescence, for teenagers. Children are under high supervision.
Rated M: for mature audiences 18 and up.
Rated G: for Grown ups, 21 and up. Keep children and young adolescents out.

PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:40 pm
by Gandoor
Content ratings for television in Gandoor was created in 1997 and utilizes the same rating system as used for video games, with the Gandoorese Television and Video Game Ratings Board managing and rating both mediums.

All television programming, with the exception of news and sports programming, must be rated prior to broadcast and the ratings must be displayed in the top left corner of the screen for twenty seconds during the start of a half-hour program. If a program lasts for longer than a half-hour, then the rating must be displayed again for every half-hour that the program lasts.

The ratings are simply a number which signifies the youngest age the programming has been deemed appropriate for:

The 12 rating is the newest one, having been added in 2003.

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2019 10:03 am
TurtleShroom censors films and most media on a broader scale and with more specific ratings than it does with television programming, which is a luxury good. Almost every TurtleShroomer alive owns a landline and a radio, but television consumption isn't anywhere near that.

Like with films, books, and music, all content is rated by the Board of Censors, which targets obscenity, sexual immorality, or swearing (etc.) without stifling criticism of the state or political dissent (etc.).

The ratings for television programming differ from films and are as follows:
  • PX - The content is religious, and thus uncensored.
  • S - Spooky. The content is regulated by the All Hallow's Eve Commission and is aired aproac.
  • H - Holy. The content was clean enough to not need censorship in the first place.
  • C - Children. The content is acceptable for human children ages eight and up, or turtles and mushrooms that have not reached sexual maturity.
  • GM - Gentlemen. The content is acceptable for adolescent humans and higher, or for turtles and mushrooms that have reached sexual maturity and are approaching mental maturity. While content may have been censored, themes deemed acceptable for television but not for children remain.
  • A - Adults. The content is acceptable for adult creatures. While the content has been censored in order to be deemed fit for television, the themes or purpose of the content neccesitate barring it from children.
  • U - Unholy. The television show is forbidden from distribution in TurtleShroom.

Rule concerning X, XX, and XXX content are the same as movies.

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2019 10:52 am
by Rleesrikhani
UnitedEmpire and the other Rleesrikhani-owned Stations use the RTRB (Radio and Television Ratings Board) ratings system, which goes as follows.

KA (All ages)
-Example: Scooby Doo [Princess Rainbow used to be under this rating, but now has the DEAT rating.]
PG (Parental Guidance)
-Example: Monty Python
NC-7 (Not for Children under 7)
-Example: WWE (2008-present)
NC10 (Not for Children under 10)
-Example: Simpsons
NC14 (Not for Children under 14)
-Example: Rick and Morty
NC16 (Not for Children under 16)
-Example: WWE (1997-2008)
NC18 (Not for Children under 18)
-Example: South Park
NC18X (Not for Children under 18; Legally enforced)
-Example: P*rn
DEAT (Banned; Possession/Distribution/Creation is punishable by jailtime and the film being confiscated and sent to "Film Prison" [An archive near Viennazia which is protected by Supermax security, which films can only escape if they're unbanned. The master copies will be preserved for as long as possible, but duplicate tape can be destroyed if Rleesrikhani especially opposes them.])
-Example: Tornado Babe (due to the Anti-Fairy Pact; previously rated NC16); Anything that calls Rleesrikhani Scotland

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2019 2:13 pm
by Thermodolia
The Federal Ratings System covers television, movies, and video games. The system is run by the Federal Telecommunications Administration. Unlike other systems and ratings in other nations these ratings are guidelines only and have no legal force, however all television shows are required to show the rating at the beginning of the program.

NR - Not Rated: Newscasts, general tv shows
GA - General Audiences: Educational shows & games, and child shows, movies, & games
A - Adolescents: Shows, games and movies targeted at adolescents
M - Mature: Shows, games and movies targeted at mature audiences
R - Restricted: These are shows, movies, and games that have been banned. (This is the only rating that holds force of law)

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2019 6:18 pm
by Creslonia
The Creslonian Censorship Commission has the following television ratings:

G = Suitable for general audiences
PG = Young children should seek parental guidance before watching (e.g. contains scenes that may upset children, low-level violence)
M = Intended for mature audiences (e.g. contains horrow content, mid-level violence, sexual themes)
R16 = Restricted to persons 16 years or older (contains high-level violence, sexual content)
A = Suitable for adults only (18 years and over)

PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2019 1:09 am
by Rising Palms
Rising Palms restricts pornographic and extremely violent content to those 18 years of age or older. Otherwise, there are no age restrictions applied to content, parents are expected to handle non-adult media on a case-by-case basis.

PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2019 1:21 am
by Tetradimensional Overworld
TV Ratings? Well, we have a formula for those and then average it out and then add 1.
For example, the TV show "Descent to Hokkaido" has a rating of 12
Profanity: 15
Discrimination: 7
Drugs: 4
Fear: 10
Gambling: 4
Sex: 12
Violence: 13
Online: 10
P.S: Our ratings are much lower compared to other nations due to our different values. So, one TV show that could be rated 16 in Europe could be rated as 12 in our lands.

PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2019 6:42 pm
by Jirena
A-All people may watch.
PG-Some may need parental guidance.
T-Teenagers and above.
E-Explicit. For adults only.

PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2019 7:34 am
by Great Nortend
Board of Film Censors

Board of Film Censors rates cinematic programmes and films in order to advise of their suitability to certain groups of people. It is a branch of the Lord Chancellour's Office which exercises the Sovereign's Royal Prerogative of permitting publications to be printed (imprimatur) or shewn (ostendatur).

O: Universal or general exhibition (omnibus ostendatur)
S: Suggested exhibition only to boys over the age of 12 and girls over the age of 13. (suademus)
R: Restricted exhibition for men over the age of 18 and women over the age of 21. (restringatur)
M: Exhibition not advised (monemus)
P: Exhibition proscribed (prohibetur)

All films, unless educational, sporting, live, musical or shewing a religious service must be submitted on tape to the Board of Film, Drews House, Lymgate, with a two week minimum processing period. If approved, a certificate is issued which must be shewn prior to the shewing of the film in a cinema. Such a certificate is either an omnibus ostendatur, Latin for 'let it be shewn for all', a restringatur, Latin for 'let it be restricted (for some people), or a prohibetur, Latin for 'it is prohibited'. General films on religion and faith must pass through the ecclesiastical censors and receive a nihil obstat and ostendi potest before the Board will issue ostendatur. The Board may for works rated O also issue a suademus, 'we recommend', suggesting that the programme should only be shewn to boys over the age of 12 and girls over the age of 13. Similarly, for programmes rated R, a 'monemus, 'we advise' may be issued warning that the programme ought not be shewn at all, but does not forbid it like a prohibetur.

Restricted and prohibited exhibition is legally enforced for cinemas but not for private viewing. Advisory exhibition ratings are not legally enforced, however many cinemas enforce them for public decency.

PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2019 8:04 am
by Madohomuland
ALL- Suitable for Lesbians of all types
NSFWL- Suitable for Lesbians with dirty minds
Madoka Cam- Suitable for Homuras

PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2019 3:42 pm
by Tornado Queendom
There's no official ratings system in the Tornado Queendom, but Network 5 uses the ESRB rating system for some reason.

PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 2:53 pm
by Draycora
In Draycora, such ratings are created by the provinces, and sometimes they are more and less strict. The most typical rating, almost all provinces have is:
K (0+) - General (kaiiki) - This rating is suitable for all ages.
L (6+) - Children (lapset) - From the age of 6, this program may be watched.
N (13+) - Teenager (nuoret) - Audience 13 years old or above are allowed to watch the program.
A (18+) - Adults (Aikuinen) - Audience 18 years old or above are allowed to watch the program.

Sometimes there are still ratings with a 16 mark

Ratings in Vèkhuyal

PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 6:01 pm
by Veekhuyal

Television shows, movies, and video games are rated using the same rating system. The ratings are listed below, equating to the symbols above going from left to right.
  • Ganyù: Suitable for all people.
  • Möghetȕ: Suitable for anyone at least 8 years old.
  • Shokeshù: Suitable for teenagers (anyone at least 12 years old.)
  • Jedomù: Suitable for anyone at least 16 years old.
  • Whijoqù: Restriced to adults (anyone at least 24 years old.) Identification required to purchase.
  • Vèkhuyaganyù: Approved for all people, even if content is not suitable for some audiences. Mainly used for educational materials.
  • ?: Rating has not been determined. Used for advertisements.

Rating is done by a non-profit organization run by the television, movie, and game industries, but is federally backed and supported.

PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 10:56 pm
by Free Republics
In the Free Republics, governments are prohibited from mandating any sort of television ratings due to our constitutional protection of freedom of speech and the television industry has never standardized any rating system. Most networks do not utilize content ratings and even networks that did use them are largely getting rid of them as there has been a backlash against anything that even seems like self-censorship of entertainment in recent years.

PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 6:59 am
by Icelandic Military Junta
Although we had a pre-existing rating system for a long time, we had changed it in 2019.

The Ratings go as Follows:

Y - Which is for Younger Children (Think PBS kids or other shows for a young audience)
B (Börn)- Which is for older kids and may contain cartoon violence (Think Tom and Jerry)
A (Allt) - Which is made for the general public, but may contain darker themes (Think PG)
G (Gróft) - Also can be watched by anyone, but contains heavy elements of violence, harsh language, etc (PG-13)
F ( Fullorðin) - Are movies with heavy amounts of violence, language, drug usage, and sex and other graphic material. People under 16 may watch, but only with an adult with them (R)
BK (Border Krosser) - Are movies that are in a grey-area between F and P. Usually art projects or movies with Graphic Sex Scenes that aren't just there for the viewers' pleasure and actually are relevant to the story. It is legal for someone under 16 to view it, but only with parental consent.
K (Klám) - Pornographic Material. Illegal to view if under 16 (but nobody really does anything about it anyway)
O (Ólöglegt) - Just plain illegal stuff like snuff films or films that feature real, graphic, felonies. These films are only allowed to be seen in a court-of-law as evidence of a crime. Any other viewing can get you arrested.

Note that this applies to TV, Movies, and Video Games. Books, Radio, and other forms of media are not rated.

PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 7:36 am
by Drongonia
G (General Audiences)
Content which is suitable for all audiences.

PG (Parental Guidance)
Content that young children should watch with parental guidance or supervision

M (Mature Audiences)
Content which is suitable for ages 14 and up

R16 (Restricted to 16+)
Content which is only to be viewed by those aged 16 or up

R18 (Restricted to 18+)
Content which is only to be viewed by those aged 18 or up

X (X-Rated Content)
This may include hardcore pornography, extremely graphic violence, drug abuse or manufacture and is restricted to viewers 18+ and may not be shown unless between the hours of 1am and 4am.

The X rating is being phased out in favour of the 18+ rating, though.

PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 3:20 pm
by Vallermoore
G-General-everyone can see it. Also includes news and educational programs
PG-Parental Guidance (For example, Watership Down-anyone can see it but very little children or foals might be scared by it.)
15-For those aged 15 and above (only enforced in cinemas)
18-For those aged 18 and above (only enforced in cinemas)
P-Porn-For those aged 18 and above (mostly enforced in general.)
B-Banned. Child and foal pornography, graphic real life torture, anti Decepticon propaganda, calls to revolution or for Vallermoore to be invaded, proven libel, information that if released can get people/sapient ponies murdered, maimed and the like.

PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 4:48 pm
by Balist
AA - Suitable for all audiences
NC 6 - Suitable for audiences over 6
NC 12 - Suitable for audiences over 12
NC 16 - Suitable for audiences over 16
NC 18 - Suitable for audiences over 18

PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 11:09 pm
by Radiatia
There are no rating systems at all in Radiatia.

There was an attempt by the State of Vatfer to introduce a ratings/censorship system to prevent violent films, television and video games falling into the hands of minors. In an unprecedented move, the state government was sued by a video game publisher and the case made it to the Supreme Court.

In the landmark ruling, Xika Games vs. The State of Vatfer, the Supreme Court sided with the former, stating that censoring or rating media for any reason other than national security, including having an age-based rating system, conflicted with Radiatians' constitutional right to freedom of expression.


PostPosted: Sat May 18, 2019 2:22 am
by Pome and Granacia
In Pome and Granacia, shows have to be presented to the POGCBMAG (Pome and Granacia Board of Media Age Ratings) to be given a rating following the POGCMAG system. They are:

0 - All ages can watch this safely. Often given to shows for young children and educational shows.
9 - Certain topics/words in the show or movie can be offensive. An example of a show getting the 9 rating is The Magic School Bus, due to the word 'anus' being used in one of the episodes.
13 - This show or movie has some elements which are not meant for young children, like gore or sexual activity.
17 - This show or movie has elements which could be disturbing to people under and even above 17. Only a handful of channels allow this type of content on their network.
X - This show or movie has been censored, to comply with the law.

Ratings also have sub-ratings, detailing some of the things in the show or movie.

Educa! Approved - The Media Education Board approves this show or movie as educational.
Mild Violence/Cartoon Violence - Acceptable violence (the kind you find in Tom & Jerry) can be found in the show or movie.
Gore - Characters exploding, blood, excessive barfing, and stuff like that.
Violence - Often goes together with Gore.
Sexual Activity - Do I even need to explain this?
Swearing - Words like 'f***' and 'sh**' can be found in this show or movie.
Discrimination - Again, do I need to explain this? OK, I'll just say this. Racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, discrimination against language, handicap and a bunch of other discriminatory things.