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New Indecency Fines Target Radio

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New Indecency Fines Target Radio

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The recent uproar over media indecency began with high-profile television broadcasts, but commercial radio stations worry they'll get hit with most of the fallout. Last week, the FCC proposed two new fines for indecency on the radio. Shock jock Howard Stern is leading a vocal protest against the crackdown. Larry Abramson reports.

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