Jojo TV, a channel for kids broadcast on Digiturk, Turkish satellite TV, mistakenly aired a pornographic film instead of a cartoon program.
TV administrators contacted the Radio and Television Higher Board (RTUK) to communicate their regret and apologies.
The administrators announced the RTUK chief; members and the technician were dismissed.
The television program broadcasting on Jojo TV was interrupted with the pornographic film at around 6:30 a.m.
Some people claim the videos were broadcast for 20 minutes, while Digiturk administrators declared it was just 90 seconds.
Having apologized to the public for the broadcasting, Digiturk administrators reportedly phoned RTUK immediately.
The administrators negotiating with RTUK Chief Zahid Akman and other members announced the event happened due to a technical problem.
RTUK members stated Digiturk would not be fined because of the unintentional complicacy.