If you're against nudity, then shouldn't you be against CBS for "cleaning up" a movie that contained nudity? What if people not only protested HBO and uncensored channels BUT also any channel that showed a censored version since we all know that guy isn't saying "fudge" and "darn"... all TV should be banned because it is either airing something offensive OR cleaning up something offensive and pretending it isn't being offensive since it was cleaned up!
Perhaps you are just playing "devil's advocate" and trying to incite an argument ... but believe it or not, people do complain when television airs beeps instead of swear words. The complaint is not that the viewer wanted to hear the swear word, but that the swear word was obvious to the viewer and the beeping failed to censor the program (and in a way emphasized the swear word by making the viewer fill in the blank from their own mind - thus making the viewer swear instead of just hearing the actor swear).
Yes - people actually filed complaints with the FCC about the beeps! And the FCC spent time ruling on the complaints.
The multi-ownership dominions of television make it difficult to choose a provider to boycott. CBS/Viacom, ABC/Disney, Fox, NBC/Universal ... they all have one outlet or another that could be considered offensive to someone. Perhaps different outlets of the same company even offend opposite people.
But AJ America and AJ English are similar in format to AJ ... they are news/commentary/indoctrination channels. Just like the news channels in the US except the ideas are not American based.
If I am going to be brainwashed by some flirty woman with not enough buttons done up on her blouse, or some shouting white guy, I want it to be an American ... or at least a Brit.