Janet jacksons boob

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The incident, sometimes referred to as Nipplegate or Janetgate , led to an immediate crackdown and widespread debate on perceived indecency in broadcasting. The halftime show was produced by MTV and was focused on the network's Choose or Lose campaign the year was a presidential election year in the United States. The exposure was broadcast to a total audience of In addition, CBS parent company Viacom and its co-owned subsidiaries, MTV and Infinity Broadcasting , enforced a blacklist of Jackson's singles and music videos on many radio formats and music channels worldwide. The incident was ridiculed both within the United States and abroad, with a number of commentators opining that it was a planned publicity stunt.

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