Action Alert

Proposed Changes in FCC Enforcement mean MORE Obnoxious and Offensive Content over your Broadcast Airways

Tell the FCC that ALL Indecent Content Should be Fined

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently proposed changing the rules governing their enforcement of broadcast decency laws. Under the new rules, the FCC would only investigate and issue fines against the most “egregious” broadcast content. Harsh profanity and “non-sexual” nudity might not be punished under the new rules — IF we allow those new rules to be implemented. #NoIndecencyFCC

That’s right. The FCC is giving the broadcast networks license to air as much explicit profanity and nudity at any time of the day, regardless of how many children might be in the viewing audience.

And as we all know, if you give the networks an inch, they’ll take a mile… so if this rules change goes into effect, we can expect to see an explosion of sex, profanity and graphic nudity pouring into our homes over the public broadcast airwaves.

It’s an outrage! The FCC was created to protect consumers, not as a lobbying arm of the entertainment industry! And yet once again, families lose out and Hollywood gets to push its anything goes agenda on the rest of us.

Take action below to contact the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The public comments has been closed.

However the FCC Response period has been extended to August 2. You can still make your voice heard!