At least someone is enjoying the news. Watch, as this little girl breaks it down during this NBC5 newswoman’s live shot. Never change, little girl. Never change.
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So this happened. Apparently, someone over at KTVU in California decided to have a little fun with the plane that crashed in San Francisco last week. Check out this anchorwoman as she reads the alleged “names” of the pilots involved with the Asiana Flight 214 crash…Ho Lee Fuk? Sum Ting Wong? The station has since […]
Wendy Hurrell is a weathergirl with the BBC who always maintains a sunny disposition while on-camera…and not one second longer! Frustrated by technical problems throughout a recent broadcast, Wendy was caught giving an icy eye-roll while still on camera. Is it cold in here, or is it just me? Related articles BBC weathergirl Wendy Hurrell […]
It’s not easy being a reporter on live television. It’s even harder when you’ve got to edit the footage that airs on live TV. The editors at KHQ in Spokane, Washington seem to have slipped up when putting together this piece from reporter Lindsay Nadrich that ran on the morning news on June 21. Watch, […]
Whoops. Wolf Blitzer wound up putting his foot in his mouth the other day. When interviewing a woman who had survived the devastating Oklahoma tornado with her young son, the CNN reporter asked her if she “thanked the Lord.” The woman replied that she was an atheist. She seemed to take it all in stride, […]
Sometimes, meteorologists need to heed their own advice. As Wichita, Kansas meteorologist J.D. Rudd was telling residents to hunker down ahead of the incoming tornado, he is told, “It’s our time to go”. A lone radar image was left on the screen, but the news anchors scramble as they make their way to their bunker. […]
It’s hard to imagine how a first day on the job could go any worse than this. North Dakota anchor A.J. Clemente began his very first broadcast for KFYR by dropping a few profanities live on the air (“f–king s–t!”). His co-anchor, Van Tieu, realized what Clemente had said, but demonstrated a bit more restraint […]