自從2016中期以來，獎勵基金會首席執行官瑪麗夏普一直在電視上露面。 這裡是其中的一些。 拍攝最近由BBC Alba和BBC委託的另一家公司在2019早期的演出中完成。
The Nine on BBC Scotland
The Reward Foundation was delighted with the opportunity to discuss its work when Mary Sharpe was invited onto The Nine on BBC Scotland TV. The item on Thursday 5th December 2019 was about the rise in sexual strangulation and its link to pornography. The issue about the Age Verification legislation was also raised and Mary was able to correct the misinformation circulating on the BBC and in the media at large. Implementation of the Age Verification legislation contained in Part 3 of the Digital Economy Act 2017 was due to take place this year, but has been postponed, not abandoned. In fact, the UK Government minister involved has confirmed in writing that it will be combined with the Online Harms Bill, so that access to pornography via commercial websites and social media platforms will be limited to people over 18.
The segment began with The Nine’s journalist Fiona Stalker asking the question Is unwanted violence during sex being “normalised”? It comes in the wake of a number of high profile criminal cases that have heard defences of ‘rough sex gone wrong’. Recent research also shows a rising number of young women are experiencing unwanted acts of violence. Is it too simplistic to blame pornography?
The Scottish Gaelic community saw its first programme dedicated to the impact of pornography with the airing of it as a part of the series An Sgrudaire (The Investigator) shown on 21 March 2019.
在這一集中，他調查色情成癮及其可能造成的傷害，在這個時代，通過高速互聯網連接和手機訪問色情內容從未如此簡單。 顯示的摘錄是Ruairidh與The Reward Foundation的Mary Sharpe的討論。 完整的15分鐘計劃將是 可在這裡 在接下來的幾周里。
瑪麗夏普回到電視上 諾蘭Live 在北愛爾蘭BBC，7th三月2018。 她與主持人斯蒂芬諾蘭（Stephen Nolan）以色情活動家和一名正在康復的色情癮君子討論了色情對兒童身心健康的影響。
10月19 XNXX期間，Mary Sharpe出現在北愛爾蘭BBC的Nolan Live。 她與主持人斯蒂芬諾蘭和倫敦報紙專欄作家卡羅爾馬龍討論了與2016一樣年輕的孩子的教育。 該視頻分為兩部分，每部分約為10分鐘6秒。