Bozell exits watchdog TV group

Boliek, Brooks
September 2006
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;9/5/2006, Vol. 395 Issue 49, p4
The article reports that L. Brent Bozell, president and founder of the Parents Television Council, has announced that he is going to resign from his position. During his tenure, Bozell was responsible for filing many complaints with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission related to indecent content broadcast on television.


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