FCC Commissioner Michael Copps doesn’t think too much of a an alleged call-in on WNEW’s Opie & Anthony show. He’s called for the commission to begin looking into the alleged accounts and take action, including possible license revocation. He says he’s “received many outraged calls and e-mails complaining about a running on-air broadcast of a sex act in St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York as part of a radio stunt. According to the complaints and press accounts, this act took place within a few feet of worshippers and visitors.” The commission would act if it receives complaints from people who actually heard the show, said a spokesman.
Radio Industry Honors Life and Work of Doug Wilkens
Engineer and designer started life as a missionary kid with “great values that served him well in the AV industry”