The FCC has a response to Infinity's objection of their ruling in regards to Stern's broadcast. Read points 10, 11, 12, and 13 at the following web site:
I think the FCC could rule that the descriptions aired on Oprah Winfrey's show were clinical in that a psychiatrist was explaining the activities involved, and it was in a context of a program that addressed the troubles with teen sexuality. Stern obviously didn't have the activities described in such a context, and therefore, the FCC ruled against the broadcast.
God forbid that I'm an Oprah defender, but the Oprah comparison fails in the definition of indecency that the FCC uses to fine a station broadcasting indecent material in the hours of 6am to 10pm. In fact, Sten must be extremely jealous of Oprah's ability to be so much more successful than Stern.
I'm personally fed up with Stern in that he has turned this whole FCC campaign against public indecency as a personal campaign to go against the entire George W. Bush administration. He's just trying to rile his listeners to support a political agenda I never supported, and his show has become nothing more than a program more appropriately suited for the George Soros radio network.
Stern has already made millions being as filthy as he could be, and he'll continue to make millions in other venues even if his radio program ends. In fact, he probably would welcome an end to his radio career so that he can focus more on his production company.
For now, tune out Stern and the entire George Soros network!