The breast-baring song generated a record number of complaints to the FCC - more than 500,000.
CBS said it was extremely disappointed with the decision.
"While we regret that the incident occurred and have apologized to our viewers, we continue to believe that nothing in the Super Bowl broadcast violated indecency laws," the network said in a statement. "Furthermore, our investigation proved that no one in our company had any advance knowledge about the incident."
Wednesday, September 22, 2004
Worse than You Think
I won't comment on about how Janet Jackson blames the president for the public's reaction to seeing her tit during the half-time show at the Super Bowl. But regarding the half-million dollar fine the FCC levied, listen to CBS' reaction and see if you can see the group-think at work at CBS: