simon cowell business innovation gi 320 FCC indecency rules shot down, 'Idol' ad rates stay up, Barbara Walters: The MovieNews from around the TV world, served up bite-sized:

A federal appeals court in New York says the FCC’s indecency rules regarding “fleeting expletives” (a la Bono at the Golden Globes a few years ago) are unconstitutional. F*** yeah it does. [Los Angeles Times]

No Simon, no problem: “American Idol” is still commanding hefty prices — in the neighborhood of $650,000 per 30 seconds — for commercials. [The Wrap]

We’d watch this: Barbara Walters is talking with HBO about making a documentary about her life and career. [New York Post]

We didn’t think it was possible, but the Debbie Gibson-Tiffany Syfy movie “Mega Python vs. Gatoroid” just got even more cheeztastic with the addition of ex-Monkee Micky Dolenz. [Hollywood Reporter]

Write what you know: “Ghost Whisperer” exec producers Ian Sander and Kim Moses have two shows in development at ABC, both of which have “Ghost” in the title. [Deadline Hollywood]

MTV’s adaptation of the U.K. hit “Skins” is filling out its writing staff, adding relative newcomers Matt Pelfrey, Mark Hammer and Monica Padrick. [HR]

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