A prime reason why you should always proof read things before you hit the air. It seems as though this female anchor played a prank on her co-anchor thanks to some help from the people who run the teleprompter. It's a real life Anchorman moment, and this reporter falls for the trap like a mouse. It's always fun to see that the people reading the news aren't so stuffy, and these guys look like they know how to have fun.
Being that I work in the broadcast field, I know how frustrating it can be when something doesn't go as planned when it's suppose to be live. All you want to do is throw your headphone off and swear. Most times though, you don't because you want to avoid that pesky FCC fine. This local news producer however didn't realize he was miced up and dropped us two delightful treats.
An appeal filed by Former Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno has been rejected by The United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit. This decision by the court now allows prosecutors to retry him for thief of honest services.
We all remember the terrible attacks of 9/11, and we all remember the images from that day. It was a day where we turned to the news to keep up to date whether you were here in Upstate, NY or in California. The media captured some of the most heart wrenching footage that I can remember seeing in my life. Now 10 years later, lets take a look back at some of the news coverage that kept us going through that fateful day.
Unlike in radio, when it comes to television you have to have a pretty face. Here in the Albany area we are blessed with many beautiful women who have the job of bringing us the latest news. There are five local news outlets to watch and each of them brings the hotness with their female anchors and reporters
After flubbing a couple lines during a news report, Knoxville Channel 8‘s Gordon Boyd (apparently thinking he was no longer on camera) threw a tantrum on live TV. Boyd glared angrily at the camera, bit his lip and threw his notepad to the ground in a fit of frustration while the camera continued to roll.
We have always been told not to believe everything we see on TV. Maybe someone should have told this news anchor that because her co-workers got her with an absolutely fantastic April Fools joke live on the air. I wish all pranks could be this good.
Reporter Shomari Stone was getting ready to shoot his prerecorded piece for a his local Seattle news station when he saw a brawl going on. He decided to be a good Samaritan and intervene to break up the fight. The coolest part is that Stone is an African American and the man he saved was a reported White Supremacist. Check out the exclusive footage.
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