Tat for Tit

Friday, February 06, 2004

The NFL called it offensive and inappropriate. CBS says the network is angry and embarrassed. FCC Chairman Michael Powell called it classless, crass and deplorable. We refer, of course, to the show-stopping exposure of Janet Jackson's breast during this year's Superbowl. But other than indignant huffing, how much can federal regulators really do about the fleshy halftime spectacle? Bob talks to New America Foundation fellow Alicia Mundy about the possible implications for broadcasters.

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