Saturday, February 26, 2005

PBS Chief worries about FCC fines

PBS used to be last place you had to worry about censorship. Thanks to the FCC, that has all changed.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Worried about big fines from the government, the Public Broadcasting Service is carefully monitoring the content of its shows for profanity, nudity or anything that may be deemed indecent, the nonprofit network's chief says.


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