Description: NEWSFEED: 3/2004, CONGRESS HEARING REGARDING INDECENCY IN MEDIA, FCC, ABOUT JANET JACKSON SUPER BOWL BREAST BARRING INCIDENT; INT. Michael Powell looks on as John McCain discusses censorship, he and I bet everyone else have nothing nice to say; INT McCain continues discussing boundaries of first amendment, speaks of Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake, 2003 Super Bowl incident; INT McCain urges congress to address indecent content on cable; INT Senator Boxer speaks out in support of increasing FCC fines, Senator Burns, a real old codger doesn't have nice things to say; INT Senator Graham insults anyone under the age of 55 by stating the Super Bowl halftime show was aimed at the wrong audience; INT Senator Brownback discusses recent studies showing affect of violence on children; INT Senator Harling, another old coot, goes over history of FCC codes, statistics of violence on TV; INT more senators express their outrage over indecent conduct on TV; INT Senator Nelson speaks of making sure large corporations don't buy media outlets, another senator says this isn't about censorship! INT Senator from Florida worries since he's getting the Super Bowl next year and doesn't want any trouble like this year; INT another senator expresses outrage over the use of the 'F' word on TV (oh no!); INT Senator Graham sits @ desk, speaking to podium asks that the public take action and artists take responsibility for their actions; INT Michael Powell & his fellow FCC minions respond to the comments from the senators, speaks of Super Bowl incident;INT Powell pushes for more enforcement over broadcasting, Senator Abernathy speaks, it's all sounding the same by now; INT Abernathy continues asking for enforcement over violence in media, another senator states violence & indecency in media;INT interference on tape mercifully concludes the tape, only thing indecent are these guys telling us what to watch;
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