While the tube is featuring plenty of flesh these days, nudity on TV is nothing new—especially if your parents had a subscription to Skinemax. But eventually, broadcast as well as […]
CBS may clean up with its prime-time comedies, but if the volume of complaints received by the Federal Communications Commission is any indication, many Americans would like to wash the network’s mouth out with soap.
The breast is back. Janet Jackson's brief breast flash during CBS' broadcast of the Super Bowl eight years ago has been anything but fleeting in the courts. Seeking a final resolution of the case, the federal government Wednesday petitioned the Supreme Court to review the Federal Communications Commission's action to fine CBS $550,000 for "fleeting nudity."
What the fuck? Three years later, and there's still no real conclusion on the Federal Communications Commission's $550,000 fine against CBS for Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction during the 2004 Super Bowl. For the second time, a three-judge panel of the U. S. Court of Appeals in Philadelphia called the fine arbitrary.