Crabtree, Susan
September 2004
Daily Variety;9/23/2004, Vol. 284 Issue 57, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the proposed fine given by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) against CBS for the Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl strip. Amount of fines; Comment of FFC Michael Powell on the case; Approval of the Super Bowl ruling by several FCC commissioners.


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