NEW YORK, Aug 31 (LSN) – American pro-family forces were shocked to discover this week that USA Today has refused to run a full-page ad by the American Family Association. The AFA reported the news today about an ad they produced criticizing CBS for airing Howard Stern’s lewd and sometimes pornographic late night TV broadcast.  The “Howard Stern Radio Show” debuted Saturday, August 22 on CBS’s 12 owned and operated stations.  Syndicated by CBS’s Eyemark Entertainment, Inc., the show has been picked up by enough other networks and stations that it is available to approximately 70% of U.S. households. The “shock jock” has tried to make inroads into the Canadian market over the past year, but most broadcasters have cancelled his show due apparently to its lack of success at drawing an audience.  ACTION ADDRESS:  CBS Corporation Michael H. Jordan, Chmn./CEO 51 West 52nd Street New York, NY 10019 Telephone: 212/975-4321 E-mail: [email protected]


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