Czech Television has moved to reduce the noise of vuvuzelas in their broadcasts of games at the football World Cup after some viewers complained about the constant sound of the plastic horns, which are traditional at matches in South Africa. The Czech public broadcaster on Monday began using a special sound filtering system to reduce the buzz-like noise of the vuvuzelas, a step already taken by some other TV stations.
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