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APRIL 21, 2011 FCC Decides to Appeal Indency Cases to Supreme Court
First, it seeks review of the decision of the Court of Appeals throwing out the fleeting expletive admonitions given to Fox network stations for the broadcast of two Billboard Music Award shows that contained expletives, one by Cher and one by Nicole Richie. This appeal deals with two cases.
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ENTERTAINMENT LAW FCC v. Fox Television Stations (07-582)
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2008
At issue in the case. * “fleeting expletives
on broadcast TV
. The crux of the issue concerns a number of fleeting expletives
by celebrities and indecency on television shows. The United States Supreme Court recently heard arguments on a case dealing with indecent speech on television. Read the CNN article here. MORE >>
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