BREAKING NEWS ~ Viacom will pay $3.5M to settle FCC indecency charges

[JURIST] AP is reporting that media conglomerate Viacom has agreed to pay a record $3.5 million to settle FCC allegations of indecency on its radio and television stations.

6:15 PM ET - The complete FCC order [PDF] is now available online. Read an FCC press release [PDF]. Statements from the commissioners are available here. AP has more.



 

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