|CBS Concerned About Profanity on the 9/11 Documentary|
|Jeremy Pelofsky (email@example.com)|
Sat, 09 Sep 2006 12:33:41 -0500
So, they will show it on the web|
By Jeremy Pelofsky
CBS Corp. said on Saturday it would broadcast the documentary "9/11"
The documentary was produced by French filmmakers Gedeon and Jules
CBS said affiliates that cover about 10 percent of the United States
The American Family Association, which describes itself as a Christian
"The online streaming of this broadcast will allow viewers in those
The film is scheduled to air on Sunday evening at 8 p.m.
Another major U.S. network, ABC, was making last-minute changes to its
The film to air on CBS, narrated by actor Robert De Niro, was compiled
An FCC spokeswoman has said the agency only acts on complaints it
The FCC last year ruled that profanity during ABC's 2004 broadcast of
Copyright 2006 Reuters Limited.
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