In crossovers we didn't see coming in 2019, a trademark case currently with the Supreme Court about vulgar language now has some questioning whether it could influence longstanding precedent about vulgarity and "bad words" in television and radio, via the FCC. Also two companies are going head-to-head over what free speech means in the commercial sense in California. And finally 20th Century Fox is being sued for displacing juvenile detainees in Chicago, so they could film...Empire. -_-
Plus The Breakdown of what the FCC is and updates on the sexual assault lawsuit against some Viacom executives.