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    DC Talk, Jars of Clay, Bob Carlisle among winners of Grammy Awards


    The 40th annual Grammy Awards presented Feb. 25 during a live telecast over the CBS network, to an international viewing audience of over 1.5 billion in 190 countries.

    Winners in gospel categories included:

    Welcome to the Freak Show: dc Talk Live in Concert by dc Talk (Rock Gospel Album); Much Afraid by Jars of Clay (Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album); Amazing Grace 2: A Country Salute to Gospel by various artists (Southern Gospel, Country Gospel Or Bluegrass Gospel Album); I Couldn’t Hear Nobody Pray by Fairfield Four (Traditional Soul Gospel Album); Brothers by Take 6 (Contemporary Soul Gospel Album); and God’s Property From Kirk Franklin’s Nu Nation by God’s Property -Myron Butler, Kirk Franklin & Robert Searight II, choir directors (Gospel Album By A Choir Or Chorus)

    “Butterfly Kisses” by Christian recording artist Bob Carlisle was named best country song.

    Americans want indecency laws over TV ratings Most adult Americans polled in early February said stricter enforcement of the broadcast indecency law by the Federal Communications Commission would be more effective than ratings and a V-Chip to deal with offensive television programming.

    A majority also said that the broadcast indecency law, currently in effect from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., should be extended to midnight.

    The telephone poll was conducted by Wirthlin Worldwide for Morality in Media. Key findings:

    1. 59% of adult Americans think the FCC needs to work harder to enforce the indecency laws; only 28% think a rating system and V-Chip would be an effective alternative.

    2. 59% favor extending the indecency ban by two hours, so that it would be in effect from 6 a.m. to midnight instead of to 10 p.m.; 33% oppose the extension.

    Morality in Media commissioned the poll to coincide with its seventh annual “Turn Off TV Day,” Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day. Morality in Media President Robert W. Peters commented, “The poll shows most Americans do not view the TV industry’s rating system as an effective alternative to FCC enforcement of the broadcast indecency law.

    Even the best possible TV rating system will only benefit children whose parents use it wisely, and not even the TV industry has claimed that its system is the best.

    Morality in Media is a national, not-for-profit, interfaith organization established in 1962 to combat obscenity and to uphold decency standards in the media.

    – E.P. News

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