Spanish-Language 'Shock Jocks' Dodge the FCC

NPR's Mandalit del Barco reports on how "shock jocks" on Spanish-speaking radio stations have escaped severe scrutiny from the Federal Communications Commission, even in a climate where regulators are on the lookout for on-air obscenity.

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