FCC addresses Eye's boo-boo

Crabtree, Susan
February 2004
Daily Variety;2/3/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 26, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the investigation launched by U.S. Federal Communication Commission chairman Michael Powell into the baring of singer Janet Jackson's breast during the Super Bowl show. Occurrence of the incident during the performance of Jackson and singer Justin Timberlake; Comment of MTV and CBS stations on the incident; Disappointment expressed by the National Football League about the issue.


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