Stevens Adds Cable To Indecency Jihad

Hearn, Ted
March 2005
Multichannel News;3/7/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p1
Reports on the effort of U.S. Senator Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, to remove cable television's exemption from indecency rules. Opinion of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association on the plan of the senator to pass legislation on indecency; Details of a bill on indecency fines passed by the U.S. House in February 2005; Reason for the exclusion of cable from the indecency rule.


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