From the baring of a buttock here to the rising number of swear words there to, yes, nipplegate, the ever-moving target of what's appropriate to broadcast on TV is always a hot-button issue. The Obama administration recently asked the Supreme Court to re-affirm regulations that allow the FCC to go after broadcasters who violate decency policies. On the show today, Jian spoke with Dan Isett of the Parents Television Council and Globe and Mail TV critic John Doyle for their views on the effect these battles have on the TV we watch.
What's your take on TV's indecency wars? Would you like to see more or less regulation when it comes to decency on TV? And who should make decisions about what's appropriate viewing and what isn't?