Ofcom finds Jazz fm in breach of broadcasting code over 'porno' noises

On the evening of the incident, programming was interrupted at 7:15pm with what listeners reacting over Twitter described as 'porno' noises. Jazz FM put the interruption down to 'unauthorised access to the live feed' and a full apology was issued by Mike Vitti, head of programming at Jazz FM both online and on-air.

As per the Ofcom ruling, the station was found 'In breach' of rule 2.3 (generally accepted standards, detailed below) and cleared of violating rule 1.14 (likelihood of ...

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