Talk about breaking news… I don’t know if the old adage “the show must go on” was ever applied to broadcast journalism before but...
VIDEO: This is an occupational hazard of those 'working newsrooms' where people are going about their jobs while the news is on the air. Keep your eyes on the left side of the screen!
Remember this hilarious video where Gilbert Gottfried does the audio book for '50 Shades of Grey'? It's hilarious. Enough of the uproar about casting the roles in the movie. Gottfried is clearly the man for the job.
Sometimes you feel sorry for this reporters, and sometimes you can't help but laugh at all these hijinks.
As someone who goes to this Hoboken theater pretty often, I can tell you that NO ONE would have seen this coming! Brad Pitt showed up at a Hoboken screening of his upcoming movie World War Z. To say the crowd went nuts is a pretty fair assessment.
Barbara Garcia had two prayers during the devastating tornado. One, that she would survive, and two, that her dog would be okay. While taping this news interview, a producer discovered the dog under a pile of rubble right behind her.
This is why we love live television. Anything can happen - the way you handle it separates the amateurs from the pros. Lisa Hidalgo is among the pros!
It's not uncommon for pedestrians who think they're funny to ambush a live reporter. But this guy, respecting the seriousness of the matter, was in no mood for the hijinks of two girls, physically pushing them away during his live report on the Boston Marathon bombings. Then, without missing a beat, he continues with his report!
Chen Ying is a viral sensation and a beautiful bride. We know this because she stopped everything in the middle of her wedding day to report on the earthquake that rattled China just days ago. She rushed to a camera location so quickly that she didn't take the time to change out of her wedding dress.
A Philadelphia news team breaks into hysterical laughter after a painfully slow, awkwardly dim interview with Olympic Swimmer turned reality TV star Ryan Lochte.
Hilarious! This reporter was doing a live story on the Super Bowl - but when a drunkish woman kept interrupting, she decided to take matters into her own hands by interviewing her about having an STD. The woman's reaction is awesome. Three cheers for investigative journalism!!!
What are the odds? One night, as Jason Lee sat in his Inglewood, California apartment videotaping a high speed chase on television, the chase got really close to home.
In this funny video, Kathy Griffin talks to David Letterman about her, um, 'suggestive' moment during CNN's Live New Year's Eve coverage with Anderson Cooper, in which she makes some suggestive gestures. She even mentions David during the coverage - so you can see Griffin knows how to stir up a little controversy!
A live report on NYC station WNBC took a turn for the strange when the on-the-street news reporter was interrupted by a woman claiming to be Jay Z's sister. It's more than likely she is not.
Cats do what they damn well please.
Despite rumors, I don't believe Diane Sawyer was drunk during her coverage on election night. That said, there are compliation videos of her eccentricities online. If anything, I imagine she was pretty darn tired.
A few days ago, some jerk posted a fake tweet from Entertainment Tonight claiming Justin Bieber had cancer. Some celebs actually tweeted in support, and it's been reported that some girls even shaved their head in support. But it seems like the whole story - even the shaved heads - could be a fabrication.
CNN host Carol Costello is interviewing "Bill Nye The Science Guy," about climate change. I know she's trying to give him a platform to defend his position, but this approach is downright rude. I mean, they invited him to speak, after all. really???
She wanted to say 'elected." What a difference one letter can make.
In their own words, these two teens were driving in circles, listening to Led Zeppelin when they made a shocking discovery: a house was on fire. From there, they sprung into action, and became the best local news eye-witnesses of the week.
I can't get enough of bloopers and outtakes from the news. This video doesn't disappoint. Two reporters fall in the water, one is interrupted by a very congested woman, and who let the protestors in the studio?
WNBC's anchor team Sue Simmons and Chuck Scarborough (mostly Sue, actually) again fell victim to the perils of live television Monday night.
This guy didn't know what he was bargaining for when he turned down this alley, focused on texting - because this backstreet happened to be the path of choice for a wild bear. Yikes.
Bear witness to the moment where a bunch of kids become scarred for life.
What's with Raffles Van Exel, the guy who keeps showing up in reports about Whitney Houston?