The FCC will ban from the airwaves "a common expletive for excrement" and issue some 40 indecency rulings during upcoming sessions, Bloomberg News reported today (Thursday), citing four unnamed FCC officials. According to the wire service, the rulings will include six fines and several sanctions against Fox, NBC, and CBS, the report said, noting that they are expected to help broadcasters "identify what constitutes an infraction." (A "common expletive for excrement" came first in comedian George Carlin's famous rendition of the "seven words you can never say on television," although the FCC has never formally specified which words are forbidden.)
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