A federal appeals court on Monday overturned a decision to fine against CBS Corp. $550,000 for the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show that ended with Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction."…
By PBS NewsHour
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear arguments regarding the use of profanities on radio and television broadcasts, the first time the court will rule on such indecency matters in 30 years.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Media giant Viacom Inc. agreed Tuesday to pay a record $3.5 million to settle dozens of federal investigations into alleged indecency on its TV and radio programs.
Clear Channel Communications Inc., the leading owner of U.S. radio stations, reached an agreement with the Federal Communications Commission to pay a record $1.75 million fine to settle numerous indecency charges, the federal agency announced.
By a 391-22 vote, the House of Representatives on Thursday approved legislation significantly raising fines for the airing of television and radio broadcasts deemed indecent.
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