The GIF above cycles through some of the graphics that were used in the intro package that led into ABC 7’s broadcast of yesterday’s Cubs game. Did you catch all those errors? Here, let us slow things down for you.
On Friday, KARE's Scott Seroka did a piece on fans wanting pieces of the Metrodome after the Vikings play their final season there in 2013. Someone may have sabotaged him with this caption. h/t to Jesse via Kellen
h/t to George [FOX]
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This is what the front page of NCAA.com looks like right now. It's Mr. Eko and the Smoke Monster from Lost. Neat!
How many mistakes can you spot in this frame, broadcast last night on ESPNU during the Big East Women's tournament?
West Virginia's not known for its excelsior journalism, but Charleston/Huntington NBC affiliate WSAZ has long been the flagship for getting it right in the Mountain State and is, seriously, a fantastic news operation. Alas, the auto-correct bug can bite even the most seasoned TV vets, as we assume it did tonight…
The way we see it, there are two possible typos in the chyron above. The first, and most obvious, is that "rugs" is actually supposed to say "drugs." This scenario makes sense, given all the news that's recently come to light about Lance Armstrong's use of performance enhancing drugs. Or, "Armstrong" is supposed to…
KCAL broadcasts Dodgers games exclusively. They aren't part of some Fox Sports conglomerate that might have a crew handling Rangers and Astros or Rays/Marlins game in the same day or anything like that. They have a unique graphics package and, of course, Vin Scully.
Weird Al Yankovic claims no responsibility for influencing college basketball outcomes, but assures us if he had any part he'd attribute the artists whose work he parodied in the attempt. Otherwise, people might get upset. [ESPNU]
This is from tonight's NFL Total Access, and we borrowed reader Schnu's comment for the headline, since it seemed particularly appropriate.