How does radio in 2011 deal with this?
Tue Mar 15 14:34:27 EDT 2011

The Cee-Lo song is "F--- You" on stations' playlists. 

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From: "Dave Doherty" <>
Sender: boston-radio-interest-bounces@tsornin.BostonRadio.orgDate: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 12:45:37 
To: Kevin Vahey<>; bri<>
Subject: Re: How does radio in 2011 deal with this?

I don't know about these specific songs, but a lot of labels and bands still 
provide sanitized versions for airplay.  Green Day's version of John 
Lennon's "Working Class hero" is a classic example of this.


From: "Kevin Vahey" <>
Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 12:35 PM
To: "bri" <>
Subject: How does radio in 2011 deal with this?

> The NY Times points out this morning that 3 of the Top 10 songs on 
> Billboard
> - radio stations can not play without having the FCC screaming.
> We certainly have come a long way from George Carlins' seven magic words 
> but
> as the younger generation continues to ignore radio in bigger numbers, 
> what
> is the industry supposed to do?
> The consumers have spoken...and pirate stations exploit this.
> Will we see a day the FCC finally waves the white flag?

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