Monday, March 05, 2012

FCC Complaint -- They are easy to file online

You can file your own complaint with the FCC here: http://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htm

Here is an example that I ran across concerning Rush Limbaugh’s use of the public airwaves to mount an attack on a private citizen:

“Clear Channel should lose its broadcast license for Rush Limbaugh’s remarks about Sandra Fluke. This isn’t about freedom of speech or debating a public policy issue. It’s about using public airwaves to make a vile personal attack against a private citizen; and it’s about the broadcaster defending this as a “right.” MSNBC reported today (March 4) that Clear Channel said, “The contraception debate is one that sparks strong emotion and opinions on both sides of the issue. We respect the right of Mr. Limbaugh … to express those opinions.” A company that can’t comprehend the difference between opinion and personal attack is too irresponsible to have a broadcast license.”

First, go to “Broadcast (TV and Radio), Cable, and Satellite Issues” then click on “Unauhorized, unfair, biased, illegal broadcasts (does NOT include Obscene, Profane, or Indecent materials)”

The instructions are easy to follow.

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