November 13, 2013
There are organizations out there that make a living complaining about indecent programming being broadcast over America’s airwaves, but there aren’t all that many citizens expressing any concern.
The FCC’s stats are in for the first quarter of 2013, and they just art not in any way alarming.
In January, the FCC fielded all on 91 indecency/obscenity complaints; the tally spiked in February when there were 375; and in March, there were 153.
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