In response to the report, MTV network executive Jeannie Kedas argued that the report "underestimates young people's intellect and their level of sophistication. However, considering what's on television these days, I think the FCC is being pretty silly about investigating this. Along with the rest of the halftime show, it led to an immediate crackdown and widespread debate on perceived indecency in broadcasting. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Aside from Jackson's exposure, minor controversy around the show's other performances included rappers P. Retrieved April 1, — via Google News.
On November 2, , the Third Circuit Court ruled 2—1 that its earlier decision was correct, citing that the broadcast was legal under the FCC's then-current policy of allowing "fleeting" indecency on the airwaves, and that it was unfair of the FCC to change the policy retroactively. Is this the high-tech solution to Trump's border wall? But there was so much going on at the time that I needed to just get it done. Archived from the original on June 3, Retrieved July 12,
Archived from the original on May 15, NFL officials said they were "extremely disappointed by elements" of the show. The incident led to a five-second broadcast delay being implemented for all future performances on live television to ensure that any potentially indecent material is not broadcast in full, and a protracted legal battle over FCC censorship which lasted until and nearly went to the Supreme Court. Janet Jackson L reacts after fellow singer Justin Timberlake ripped off one of her chest plates at the end of their half time performance. Super Bowl halftime shows.
Janet Jackson , Justin Timberlake , P. There's war , famine , homelessness , AIDS. The audience reaction charts looked like an electrocardiogram. The high-ups are still pissed at her, and this is a punitive measure. Singer Janet Jackson, addressing persistent rumors, said Saturday that she won't join Justin Timberlake in performing at Sunday night's halftime show in Minneapolis. Late Show with David Letterman. In Canada , where the Super Bowl telecast was broadcast by the Global Television Network , the incident passed largely without controversy: