FCC

Keeping 'Pigs' Out of Your Parlor

The Supreme Court will rule on fleeting expletives and broadcast indecency.

FCC Complaint Filed Against NBC's Las Vegas

Show aired one day after Jane Fonda dropped the c-word on NBC's Today.

Disney's Titillation and Litigation

Disney, the corporation that brought us Tinkerbell, has lawyers on staff arguing that nudity and obscenity on TV are OK.

The ABCs of Entertainment News

Why was Good Morning America unprepared when Diane Keaton dropped the f-bomb?

The Fall Season in TV Legislation

To say that Hollywood's apologists are running out of gas is an understatement. All they have left is hot air.

Vigilant Parents Required

Never underestimate a federal bureaucracy. The FCC has struck again.

South Park Filth Fest

This weekend millions of families will be exposed to South Park's most foul-mouthed, sexually offensive programs, courtesy of Comedy Central.

Judges vs. the FCC

The federal judges who ruled against the FCC suggested the agency's rulings were arbitrary and capricious. But is there anything more arbitrary and capricious than an egotistical celebrity ...

Liberal Juvenilia on the Front Page

A front-page headline to a story on an FCC decency ruling: "If Bush Can Blurt Curse, So Can Network TV." That'll show him!
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