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FCC turns up pressure and the radio industry responds

By Mark Jurkowitz
Globe Staff / April 17, 2004

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Radio companies are rolling out zero-tolerance policies for indecent speech. The hosts at Boston talk station WRKO-AM (680) recently discussed the boundaries of good taste with their corporate legal staff. Across the dial, stations are implementing more delay mechanisms to edit blue language before it sneaks into cars and kitchens. At WTKK-FM (96.9), host Jay Severin is no longer allowed ... (Full Article: 1124 Words)

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