FCC mum on content request

Halonen, Doug; Hatch, David
March 1999
Electronic Media;03/08/99, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p34
Presents a roundup of government news of relevance to the United States television and cable industry, as of March 1999. Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) mum reaction to request by Christian Action Network to require labels on homosexual content; Fines imposed by the FCC on KUSK-TV, Prescott, Arizona; Bill permitting TV and radio broadcasts of courtroom proceedings.


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