Broadcasters hope new measures stave off FCC fines

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Broadcasters and entertainers are turning to indecency insurance, zero-tolerance on-air policies and studio tech upgrades to protect themselves against the recent tenfold increase to FCC indecency fine levels, reports the Washington Post. “This is like a blessing for us,” said one CEO of a firm that makes time-delay machines that allow broadcasters to “dump” naughty words before they hit the air.