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Fred Jacobs is President of Jacobs Media, a media research and consulting firm. Jacobs Media clients have included CBS Radio, Premiere Radio Networks, Citadel, Greater Media, MTV Networks, Playboy, Amazon, Electronic Arts, NPR, Sylvan Learning Centers, and Taubman Malls. Learn more about the company here.

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JayDeacon

Not to mention the absolutely paralyzing fear that has led many talents to simply not push the envelope like they did before 'nipplegate.'

Bob Dole: "where's the outrage?"

Sandy Singer

The F-bomb I dropped in 1950 A sudden ending to what I thought was going to be a short-lived career I was only on staff for a short time at radio station WEEK, in Peoria, Illinois. Every day at 1:30PM, I had read this same commercial for 4 months: No washday muss, fuss or work, with the ABC-Omatic washer and dryer from the Central Illinois Light and Power Company. Well, one day I read it thusly: No washday muss, **** or work with the... It was afternoon, and god only knows how many people heard it, but, I looked up at the engineer on duty--nothing, no call from the engineer at the transmitter, I got up to go to the receptionist area, expecting to find the switchboard lit up like the proverbial Christmas tree--nothing. Walked across the hall to the executive offices--nothing. It wasn't until 5:00PM, when my relief announcer came on duty that he asked me, "Did I hear you say" -- I interrupted him and said, "Yes, George, and you're the first person to call it to my attention. The F-bomb played in Peoria

Mireckj

YEA BUT WE CRUSIFIED HOWARD STERN OVER IT...WHAT A HYPOCRITE YOU ARE

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