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September 23, 1988 | DIANE HAITHMAN, Times Staff Writer
Everyone complains about television, but nobody does anything about it. Nobody, that is, but members of Viewers for Quality Television. Viewers for Quality Television (VQT) is a 4-year-old grass-roots organization that attempts to bring together TV watchers who may not have Nielsen ratings boxes in their homes but are determined to have a voice in what the networks put on the air. "For some people, TV is just noise, it's a filler of time," said Pat Murphy, co-director of the Fairfax, Va.
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December 1, 1992 | RICK DU BROW
The organization Viewers for Quality Television has long supported adult shows, but it has sharp words for what it believes is the "shock value" raciness of the season's fall series. "This season lacks foreplay, it lacks seduction," says an editorial in the VQT newsletter commenting on sex in prime time. "The viewer is confronted with characters involved in situations and experiencing a pitch of excitement that the viewer doesn't identify with nor believe that the characters are feeling."
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December 1, 1992 | RICK DU BROW
The organization Viewers for Quality Television has long supported adult shows, but it has sharp words for what it believes is the "shock value" raciness of the season's fall series. "This season lacks foreplay, it lacks seduction," says an editorial in the VQT newsletter commenting on sex in prime time. "The viewer is confronted with characters involved in situations and experiencing a pitch of excitement that the viewer doesn't identify with nor believe that the characters are feeling."
ENTERTAINMENT
September 23, 1988 | DIANE HAITHMAN, Times Staff Writer
Everyone complains about television, but nobody does anything about it. Nobody, that is, but members of Viewers for Quality Television. Viewers for Quality Television (VQT) is a 4-year-old grass-roots organization that attempts to bring together TV watchers who may not have Nielsen ratings boxes in their homes but are determined to have a voice in what the networks put on the air. "For some people, TV is just noise, it's a filler of time," said Pat Murphy, co-director of the Fairfax, Va.
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