Keeping an Eye on the FCC's 'Indecency' Watch

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A crackdown by the Federal Communications Commission on what some view as indecent content has left broadcasters nervous, while many advocacy groups are cheering. NPR's Renee Montagne talks with two experts about whether the FCC's newfound vigor is stifling free speech or has been long overdue.



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