The Australian presenter, who has caused controversy in the past with on-air tirades, will now reportedly be reigned in by producers turning on the blinking light when he is approaching "dangerous territory".
An industry source told The Daily Telegraph: "The idea is to allow Kyle to be edgy to a point, but pull the brake when necessary."
The Kyle and Jackie O Show's chief content advisor Vanda Leigh will reportedly have total control of the light that will warn Sandilands when to change the subject matter.
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Southern Cross Austereo bosses introduced a "dump switch" that would allow them to cut Sandilands off mid-sentence in 2009, after he and his co-host Jackie O interrogated a teenage rape victim on air about her sex life.
However, this was not triggered during his recent on-air attack against a female journalist, in which he called her a "fat slag" and threatened to "hunt her down".
Although Sandilands was forced to apologised for his comments against the reporter and lost many sponsors for his show, Austereo said that the programme has not been seriously affected by the scandal.
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