Clear Channel Settles FCC Decency Charges

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The Federal Communications Commission agrees to accept a settlement of nearly $2 million from Clear Channel over charges of on-air indecency. Clear Channel is the nation's largest radio station owner. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.



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