A Nashville sports reporter who delivered a Prince-themed report after the musician’s death has been fired, according to his Facebook page.
There’s a group of artists working in the American media today whose genius is vastly under-appreciated, and by this I mean whoever does the chyrons for local news stories about cats.
Quality-wise, local news is often just a hairpiece away from being on par with high school journalism class final projects—but this segment, which aired Friday on Fargo, North Dakota's KVLY, sets a new crappy standard.
It's that time of the year again, when some wonderful human being (YouTube user NewsBeFunny) compiles the best and most awkward bloopers on news this year. And man, are they cringe-worthy.
Like so many towns across America, Reading, Pennsylvania recently installed an official Christmas tree and lit it with great ceremony. Unfortunately, citizens say it is ass-ugly and they want another one, pronto.
Every once in a great while, your moment to shine presents itself like a beacon summoning you towards greatness. You have to know how to seize it, to work it and to own it, ladies and gentlemen. That's what this young man here has taught us.
Redheaded five-year-old news prodigy Noah Ritter continued his takeover of the American media last night, getting his very own Colbert Report segment. The theme? This kid is fully qualified to seize any TV journalism gig he wants. "He's already breaking the story of how the super slide is half death-scaring our…
Five-year-old Noah Ritter became an instant sensation yesterday, when he took the local news mic at a county fair and delivered an bravura performance peppered with unnecessary "apparently"s. This morning he continued his media blitz with a Today Show interview, and he adorably admitted the truth: "No, I don't know…
A local Pennsylvania news segment on the Wayne County Fair went from zero to adorable when a local boy named Noah Ritter was handed the mic and was so cute that everyone forgot what the news segment was about in the first place.
Here's a roundup of the best in news bloopers (mostly local) from March for you to enjoy, lest you forget that even the people with the most unbelievably perfect hair can't ever make mistakes on live TV.
See, this is why you don't just put the camera on some producer's Twitter feed while talking about a helicopter crash.
Over the holidays, a pair of rapscalliony internet jokesters tricked a handful of local TV morning shows into booking a fake chef who made disgusting gastronomical concoctions. Hilarity ensued.
You loved the first one so much, we dug around and found even more of the best in local news bloopers from 2013.
There's been a lot to make fun of today — Ted Cruz, 300 sandwiches, Professor David Gilmour's whole...thing — but it would be a shame if we let the day close without pointing to a dark horse candidate for Funniest Thing We've Seen Today: this local news footage of a baboon getting fresh with a reporter.
Bay Area Fox affiliate KTVU purportedly learned the names of the flight crew of Asiana flight 214, which crashed last Saturday at San Francisco International Airport, killing two. These—"Sum Ting Wong," "Wi Tu Lo," "Ho Lee Fuk," and "Bang Ding Ow"—are not their names. The newscaster's credulous reading puts it over…
911 received a panicked call in Norfolk, Virginia from a concerned citizen who claimed that a baby lion was roaming the street, possibly in search of food. Police contacted the local zoo to assure that all of their lions were accounted for ("In their cage, playing euchre as usual," responded the zoo keeper) before…
So here's some good news about the ongoing battle over Reddit's Creepshots forum: it seems that the teacher who was posting photos of his underage students to the internet without their knowledge has been caught, and fired. And, to add insult to perv injury, he's been banned from Reddit. Even worse! But here's some…
After finding an out-of-place chocolate tin and a little bit of dirt on the store's countertop, Jo Adams, owner of a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory franchise in Estes Park, Colorado, suspected that a squirrel had managed to get into her shop overnight. Upon viewing the security footage, however, Jo discovered that…
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap: Kathy Griffin calls Kim Kardashian a "dirty whore," Stephen Colbert's Big Gay News, and Kristen Wiig teaches us how to flirt.
If Breaking Bad's central conceit — that a harried high school chemistry teacher and his former student team up to enter the lucrative world of methamphetamine production — seems too outlandish to you, here's a strange case that demonstrates just how life can mirror art.