Emmis Communications, which owns top L.A. radio station Power 106 (as well as Los Angeles magazine), has joined Clear Channel in banning on-air indecency. Says an exec in the Indianapolis Star: "We've told all of our people, 'Look, just don't be 'blue' anymore. You can still be controversial, you can still be edgy.' " (via I Want Media)
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