Stern Warning

Friday, February 27, 2004

This week, the Clear Channel radio behemoth dropped the Howard Stern show from its programming lineup. Washington lawmakers are applauding the move. Stern says he's the victim of a backlash triggered by Janet Jackson's boob. But might he also be the latest casualty at the crossroads of the FCC's twin agendas - cleaning up and deregulating the airwaves? Bob agrees that Howard's show stinks, but thinks that the cancellation smells worse.

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