Stern leads surge in FCC complaints

October 25, 2001 by Scott Jameson

Since the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Federal Communications Commission has seen a dramatic increase in the number of listener complaints about on-air content. Howard Stern's syndicated morning show leads the list due in part to comments from one member of the show proposing that New York City prostitutes provide complimentary sexual favors to city firefighters. Stern is heard locally on 95X.

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