UPDATED: [New Instructions to Leave a Comment] FCC Delays Ruling on Loosening TV Moral Standards
Teresa Neumann : Jul 18, 2013 : CBN News
UPDATED! Follow the new instructions in this article to send your opinion to the FCC before August 2nd.
The Federal Communications Commission has postponed making a decision on whether to allow more nudity and profanity on television until August 2.
The Hill newspaper reported that regulators are extending the deadline for the public to comment on the proposal.
The FCC has reportedly already received more than 100,000 comments, most of them in opposition.
"We recognize the importance of affording all interested parties sufficient time to review the comments in the Docket and to prepare their reply comments," the FCC said. "We also respect the interest of the public in having sufficient time for review and consideration of the various positions and concerns."
If you'd like to register your opinion with the FCC, below are UPDATED directions for leaving a comment with the FCC:
1. 1. First, write your own comment and save on your computer as a document or text file.
SAMPLE: I oppose any changes to the current FCC indecency standards that would allow television and radio stations to broadcast expletives and nudity on the public airwaves, even if brief or "fleeting."
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