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ID:

562

Date:

2010-02-25

Headline:

Fox's 'Family Guy' raking in the indecency complaints

Reporter's name:

Joe Flint

Delay/denial:

No

Lawsuit:

No

Fees:

No

Media outlet:

Los Angeles Times: Company Town (blog)

City:

Los Angeles, CA

Summary:

In response to a FOIA request, the Federal Communications Commission's Enforcement Bureau provided a list of the television shows which inspired the greatest number of indecency complaints, including both broadcasts deliberate (e.g., "Family Guy" episodes) and inadvertent (the visibility of fan t-shirts displaying earthy language).

Notes:

Tim Doyle of SNL Kagan, an entertainment industry consulting firm, filed the FOIA request and wrote about it on the company's website: 'Family Guy,' other FOX programs top indecency complaints to FCC, 2/16/10, SNL Kagan, http://www.snl.com/interactivex/article.aspx?CDID=A-10717014-12091).

Keywords:

FCC, Federal Communications Commission, Enforcement Bureau, Tim Doyle, SNL Kagan, Family Guy, television, Philadelphia Eagles

URL:

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/entertainmentnewsbuzz/2010/02/fcc-family-guy-fox-complaints-draft.html


Agencies:

FCC

States:

CA

Categories:

telecommunications


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