Media Research Center

Farewell to Hollywood's Favorite Bureaucrat

In his four years at the helm, the FCC hasn’t issued one fine to Hollywood for indecent content on broadcast television. Now there’s a legacy.

TV and the Soft Eshoo Bill

What gives Congress the right to interfere with the volume of TV commercials when they inherently flee from the proposition that they have an obligation to enforce existing broadcast decency laws?

Judges Favor the Profane

In effect, the court said that because the Enforcement Bureau of the FCC has been a steady, ongoing farce of decency protection for thirty years, it must always and forever remain a joke.

Court Punts Super Bowl Indecency Ruling Back to FCC

All the FCC needs to do is inform broadcasters that fleeting images of nudity constitute actionable indecency, and it intends to enforce the rules.

Stars and Stripes, Newsweek Tut-Tut Concerns about Porn on Military Bases

The big newsweekly suggests Congressman's motive for proposing a ban is re-election, not the welfare of the troops.

Oh, Those Naughty Broadcasters

NBC pokes its finger in the FCC's eye, and Fox says 'No' to paying fine.

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.

Miller, the Jesus-Mocking Beer

Miller Brewing Company sponsors an attack on Christianity.

Tila Tequila: the Latest in MTV Sexploitation

Like all reality shows, this one suffers from noticeable scripting, which must have been done by drooling old men in raincoats.
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