FCC complaints reflect ire over Super Bowl
The Federal Communications Commission received 200-plus complaints from viewers of Super Bowl XLVI, ranging from shock at the antics of rapper M.I.A. to disgust over what many described as the lurid content of many commercials, according to records provided to The File under a Freedom of Information Act request.
Granted, the 222 viewers who complained were a tiny fraction of the 111.3 million people who watched the Giants beat New England in the most-watched Super Bowl ever. But ...
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