Let slip a curse
Broadcasters have long been bound by government decency standards in exchange for the use of public airwaves. But for years, the Federal Communications Commission refrained from punishing the airing of the errant swear word, reserving its ire — and regulatory muscle — for instances where broadcasters flagrantly disregarded the standards and aired profanity or nudity between 6 a.m.
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