McClintock, Pamela; Crabtree, Susan
February 2004
Daily Variety;2/5/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 28, p40
Trade Publication
Reports on the fallout from singer Janet Jackson's accidental breast exposure during the Super Bowl half-time show of the National Football League. Plan to sue CBS and MTV in case AOL asks for a refund of its sponsorship of the show; Deletion of a scene showing an 80-year-old woman's breast in the television program "ER"; Five-minute delay in the broadcasting of the Grammy Awards.


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