Policy Rules and Guidelines for Programming

1. Material must comply with FCC regulations and all Federal and local laws.
2. All attempts will be made to avoid censorship where possible. Programming decisions will consider community interest, context, degree of explicitness, and the possibility of alarming the listener, the potential for distress and shock as well as the importance of the broadcast.
3. No programming that incites, encourages, or presents for its own sake violence or brutality.
4. No programming that would mislead or alarm listeners by simulating news or events without clear disclaimers that the program is fiction.
5. No programming that presents as desirable the use of illegal or harmful drugs or substances.
6. No programming that is likely to stereotype, incite, vilify, or perpetuate hatred against or attempt to demean any person or group on the basis of ethnicity, nationality, race, language, gender, sexuality, religion, age, physical or mental ability, occupation, cultural belief or political affiliation. This requirement is not intended to prevent the broadcast of factual material or the expression of a genuinely held opinion in a news or current affairs program or in the context of a humorous, satirical or dramatic work.
7. Programming practices should protect children from harmful material but should not conceal the real world from them.

See this link for details regarding FCC Broadcast Regulations.