This amorous couple couldn’t contain themselves after Nashville’s 4-1 win over Pittsburgh tonight to even the Stanley Cup Final at two games a piece, showing their love for, uh, hockey behind WSMV’s Chris Harris.
“PREDS HEAD TO STANLEY CUP FINALS!”
Columbus, Ohio CBS station WBNS went black for six minutes as its weather staff delivered ominous news of a tornado warning in Franklin and Madison counties. Those six minutes just happened to encompass the entirety of Malik Monk’s three to tie it up, and Luke Maye’s eventual winner for UNC (as well as the time out…
Tonight Columbus’s WSYX reported live from the scene of where witnesses say Trump supporters outside a polling station have been threatening OSU students with rape if they vote for Hillary Clinton. That would prompt what you’d expect to be a very serious conversation, except for the skateboarder who kept insisting on…
Minneapolis NBC station KARE ran a live poll last night asking viewers to opine how they thought the Vikings’ season would end up. Options ranged from “0-12" to “6-6" to “Super Bowl”:
Here’s your WJW (Fox) Cleveland crew live on-air watching and announcing that the Cavaliers were NBA champions. (They immediately went live to Akron.)
Liberté Chan has served as a weekend meteorologist at KTLA for years, but her onscreen attire Saturday morning was apparently so scandalous she was ordered to wear a sweater on live television.
Live television at its best: when a Heat fan from Utah states “We’re going to beat the shit out of them.”
On Saturday, we reported that Nashville Fox station sports guy Dan Phillips was fired after station management found his Prince-themed sports report to be “insensitive,” which is how Phillips described it in a Facebook post about the firing. Now, a source at the station tells us that’s not why he was fired at all—and…
A Nashville sports reporter who delivered a Prince-themed report after the musician’s death has been fired, according to his Facebook page.
WMBC’s evening news presented some highlights of last week’s Knicks-Bulls game, and anchor Mark Fontes of the New York City-area independent station struggled a bit with a certain unfamiliar Montenegrin pro basketballer’s name.
We have so many questions.
Chicago ABC station WLS issued an on-air apology last night after using a McDonald’s restaurant over-the-shoulder graphic to illustrate a story on Laquan McDonald, the 17-year-old killed by police in 2014: