Big media fight back

Not only was Janet Jackson recently named the second most foolish American, only second to her own brother Michael, but her exposed nipple at the Super Bowl is sending shock waves through the American media industry. The FCC is cracking down on TV channels and radio stations, threatening with major fines or license revocations should they use bad language or show inappropriate body parts.

But many of the country’s media companies have finally decided the feds have gone too far. Viacom, Fox, RadioOne and other players are asking the FCC to loosen up on its rules. But big media is far from united in its requests. Question is, what does it take to get the other big players to react?

Boobgate stunt of the year in the PR world

According to Advertising Age some people in the American PR business look upon Janet Jackson’s exposed nipple at Super Bowl as a stunt that will be hard to top, in a positive way (!). I am convinced that most PR professionals do not agree, showing body parts does give you ink, but what will the effect be on your brand in the long run?

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