This should be for the companies themselves to decide.
The Commission has the power to regulate some aspects of the business of communication by radio and by wire. But constitutionally, government does not have the power to regulate companies' "approaches to delivering news and information." This is an area in which the companies should be free to be creative, and the marketplace free to vote with its eyes and its wallets. Don't you agree?
Just like national parks, the public owns the airwaves. Public parks have all sorts of rules, including rules that inhibit free speech. The law provides that the airwaves be used in the public interest, not that corporations should have complete freedom to do whatever they like. As an individual you have free speech, as a broadcaster you should have responsibilities.
Briana Anastasia Trewitt commented
I agree because the United States strictly follows the constitution and private companies and corporations have the right to do what they feel is best for themselves. However, if they are overly crude and allow anything to come on the air, then they wont have viewers or listeners.
I whole-heartily agree, creativity should be something that is encouraged at all levels; even (or especially) at the expense of regulation and idea monopolies. The only thing the (American) government should do with creative ad is make sure they are widely considered acceptable. As for creativity in general, they should encourage, promote and ensure that America is the leader for innovation, creativity, and far-reaching ideals.