That's the question that occasional Reason contributor Drew Clark will be debating on Wednesday at 7PM at an America's Future Foundation roundtable on "broadcast indecency."
Has TV gone too far? What should the government do about it? Should it regulate cable and satellite like it does over-the-air broadcasting, or should it loosen speech restrictions on the latter? And how does media consolidation fit into the indecency debate? Those are the questions we'll be trying to answer at AFF's next roundtable discussion. Speakers will include Drew Clark of the National Journal, former broadcaster Ken Wolfe, and Marvin Johnson of the ACLU. Jerry Brito of AFF will moderate.
Go here for details. Wardrobe malfunctions optional.
Drew Clark's web site here.