The FCC finally announced the highly anticipated (and widely reported) $550K fine against Viacom-owned CBS affils for the Janet Jackson breast reveal during the Super Bowl halftime show; it marks the largest fine for indecency on TV. FCC Dems didn’t think it was high enough. Some commissioners were ticked that the order analyzed only 1 part of the halftime show, despite the FCC receiving complaints about the entire show as well as some commercials; it generated more than 540K complaints, more than any other TV event.

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FCC Chair Tees Up Apartment Broadband Competition Item

Cable has to contend with FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel circulating a proposal that would prevent providers from entering into exclusive revenue sharing agreements with building owners as part of changes aimed at bringing competition to MTEs.

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