The New York Times: More Than Ever, You Can Say That on Television

Words that previously were rarely heard on television suddenly turn up everywhere these days. This New York Times story refers to research conducted by Barbara Kaye, associate professor in the UT School of Journalism and Electronic Media, which indicates that not only has language become more raw on broadcast television but that the language formerly restricted to the 10 p.m. hour has migrated to earlier time slots.

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