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...
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!
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.
Seeing someone laughing hysterically always gets me laughing as well. Check out this report about a cat trying to lose weight. News7’s Susan Bahorich just can't keep it together, and I'm right there with her.
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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!!!
It's hard to decide with is weirder - the news - or the people that report it.
When a weather reporter missed getting video of an actual sandstorm in the Ukraine, they secretly put a production assistant just out of the shot to kick up the sand to make it look like it was happening again. Trouble is, for a moment, you can see the guy in the shot kicking his leg into the air to get the sand a flyin'. Oops.
You may not understand anything this reporter is saying for the first 17 seconds. You WILL understand what she's communicating after that: Hysteria!!
A CW11 reporter is reporting on some snowfall. See how it's sticking to the asphalt? Promise yourself you won't say a naughty word that sounds like asphalt. And if you do, correct yourself immediately!
This Turkish TV reporter is interviewing two guys when a camel decides that enough is enough. Very funny.
In a clip that looks to be around 20 years old, this reporter turned to the salty language after her signoff. Little did she know that someday this thing called YouTube would be invented, and her moment of vulgarity would be rediscovered - making the clip a sudden viral sensation.
This reporter at WJZ in Baltimore should have suspected that this interview might go south... after all, the woman walking by basically walked into the shot, and when he asked her "Tell me what you're doin'" - her response was "I'm gettin' drunk!" He continued the interview nonetheless, where she offered some sage advice for those facing the storm. (note implied sarcasm.)
You can start throwing up…. NOW. The Iowa State Fair seriously offers deep fried butter. An eighth of a pound of butter is put...
Watch as she 'reports' with all the exuberance of a teenager, then erupts in giggles when a fire helicopter douses her with gallons of water to put out the fire. Eventually she realizes that this isn't supposed to be such funny stuff, but its done. That said, you'll probably laugh.
Elizabeth Smart, the 23 year old Salt Lake City woman who was kidnapped as a teenager and held captive for nine months, has signed on to become a contributor for ABC News.
Hilarity is bilingual. This Russian news anchor is trying to report on a drug plantation that was being guarded by bears, dogs, a vietnamese pig (for crying out...
“The winds are so bad here…” the reporter starts. How bad are they? See for yourself, as Palm Springs reporter Marissa Mike, (who seems...