7/29/2008 1:00 AM ET
In effect, the court said that because the Enforcement Bureau of the FCC has been a steady, ongoing farce of decency protection for thirty years, it must always and forever remain a joke.
7/22/2008 1:00 AM ET
All the FCC needs to do is inform broadcasters that fleeting images of nudity constitute actionable indecency, and it intends to enforce the rules.
6/10/2008 1:00 AM ET
America doesn't need the government to regulate political speech on the airwaves. Politicians need more respect for the First Amendment.
4/23/2008 2:56 PM ET
Scary stuff indeed: "Rupert Murdoch is moving to tighten his already-imposing grip on American news media..."
3/25/2008 1:00 AM ET
NBC pokes its finger in the FCC's eye, and Fox says 'No' to paying fine.
3/21/2008 1:00 AM ET
What Hollywood really wants – and in a cowardly way, is refusing to declare publicly – is the right to bombard your living room, and your children, with obscenities.
3/17/2008 1:00 AM ET
The Supreme Court will rule on fleeting expletives and broadcast indecency.
2/22/2008 2:00 AM ET
Show aired one day after Jane Fonda dropped the c-word on NBC's Today.
2/15/2008 2:00 AM ET
Disney, the corporation that brought us Tinkerbell, has lawyers on staff arguing that nudity and obscenity on TV are OK.
1/16/2008 2:00 AM ET
Why was Good Morning America unprepared when Diane Keaton dropped the f-bomb?