Supreme Court addresses censorship, hears FCC indecency case
In 1975, the Supreme Court said broadcast companies could be fined for airing expletives and sexual content during prime time (8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Eastern Time) when children are more likely to be watching television.
By Cathleen Flahardy|January 10, 2012
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