Three people's letters bring $1.2 million fine against Fox network
Read all the sorry details of this FOIA-based discovery at BuzzMachine [via Dave Farber's IP list]:
With not much original reporting, I discovered that the latest big fine by the FCC against a TV network — a record $1.2 million against Fox for its "sexually suggestive" Married by America — was brought about by a mere three people who actually composed letters of complaint. Yes, just three people.
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