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A TV Producer's View of FCC Indecency Policy

Louis Wiley is executive editor of the PBS documentary series Frontline, which has been affected by the Federal Communications Commission's crackdown on indecency in broadcasting. The FCC has increased fines tenfold for material they deem indecent.

A TV Producer's View of FCC Indecency Policy
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Interest Group Files Complaint Over Emmy Language

Tim Winter is executive director of the Parents Television Council (PTC). Last week, the PTC filed an indecency complaint with the FCC over the NBC broadcast of the Emmy Awards because of language used by actresses Helen Mirren and Calista Flockhart.

Interest Group Files Complaint Over Emmy Language
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