FCC wants to relax TV standards for nudity, profanity
"F-bombs" and some female frontal nudity could soon become kosher for primetime TV - but major media outlets have largely ignored that development during the 10 days that have transpired since the Federal Communications Commission announced it is considering relaxing the decency standards that govern nudity and profanity on broadcast television.
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Since: Feb 07
#1 Apr 12, 2013
This is a prime example of How A Fish Rots.
FCC leadership see revenue lost to the adult entertainment industry as theirs. One of them wants to present this revenue stream to the 'king'.
Since: May 13
#2 Jun 14, 2013
That should not happen as there should be a limit to the industry and need to set their own standards.
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