The next FCC FOIA
: I just filed the next FCC Freedom of Information Act request. I had suggested that a reporter should do this; when I talked with Howard Stern, he said I should do it.
The question: What evidence does the FCC have that any Viacom executive knew that Janet Jackson would bare her breast and thus should be fined $550,000 for the crime? Jackson said no one knew. Timberlake said no one knew. But in its complaint against CBS et al, the only thing the FCC says was a violation of the law was 19/32 of a second — let’s repeat that: 19/32 of a second — during which Jackson’s titanium-tipped tit was exposed to the air and airwaves. Says the commission:
Based upon the preceding analysis, we find, in context, that the exposure of Ms. Jackson