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Power 105 DJs mock Floyd Mayweather as illiterate

He’s a fighter, not a reader. Power 105 disc jockey Charlamagne Tha God played a humiliating recording on the air Friday morning of boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. struggling to read text the station planned to use in later broadcasts.

Two journalists abducted and two TV channels forced off the air in Libya

New York, August 21, 2014 -- Two journalists were abducted in Libya on Tuesday, and the government shut down broadcasts of two state-run television stations after one was taken over by militants and the other took an anti-government line, according to news reports....

Injured Crewman Medevaced from S.Korean Icebreaker

A U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter medevaced a crewmember suffering from a head injury from the South Korean research icebreaker Araon 250 miles north of Barrow, Wednesday.

Earthquake Rattles Studio, Anchors Dance in Celebration

An earthquake rattled central Oklahoma Tuesday morning, shaking the studio at KAUT, an independent station in Oklahoma City. Emily Sutton and Lacey Lett were on the air and reacted with delight–and dancing. US Geological Survey measured the quake at 4.2. Show More Summary

Should cops wear cameras?

I’m at 1:45 in this report that aired on WOAI (San Antonio), Fox 45 Baltimore, and other Sinclair Broadcasting stations nationwide, with accompanying article. See Nick Gillespie in Time, also linked yesterday; earlier on police cameras here, etc. Tweet Tags: photography, police Should cops wear cameras? is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system

A Lot Of Hot Air Over Very Little Gas

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Craig Ferguson has a new talk show in the works

Craig Ferguson may be down, but he's not out. The Scottish comedian's time on CBS is coming to a close this year, but he is in final negotiations with Tribune Media for a new half-hour show to air in syndication on Tribune stations.

"We Have Become the Kurdish Air Force" -- Former State Department Official Matthew Hoh Makes the Case For Non-Intervention in Iraq

Matthew Hoh is a former Marine who served two tours in Iraq before being stationed in Afghanistan as a high-ranking foreign service officer. In 2009, Hoh resigned in protest from the State Department over the U.S.' misguided occupation of Afghanistan. Show More Summary

Chemical Air Pollution Around The Tar Sands Is Getting Worse, Data Shows

Though two-thirds of the air quality monitoring stations that reported higher levels were near tar sands facilities, the Alberta government has been reluctant to say that the declining air quality is due to the development process. The post Chemical Air Pollution Around The Tar Sands Is Getting Worse, Data Shows appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Phoenix Chopper Pilot Returning to the Air

Bruce Haffner will, once again, fly his helicopter in the Phoenix market. A Meredith spokesperson confirmed, he will shoot and report for independent station KTVK and CBS affiliate KPHO starting in October. We reported in May that the...Show More Summary

Dorothea Lange 'American Masters' profile to premiere on PBS August 29

A PBS profile of Dorothea Lange, the photographer behind iconic images of the Great Depression and Dust Bowl, is set to air later this month. American Masters - Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning will premiere on PBS stations Friday August 29th from 9-11pm. Show More Summary

Ailing Mariner Medevaced near Alaska

The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) medevaced an ailing 69-year-old man from the 50-foot fishing vessel Sierra Seas near Village Islands off Kodiak, Sunday. An Air Station

‘Louis Slungpue’ Prank Calls News Station During UCLA Water Main Break [Video]

ABC News anchors were left quite embarassed after a prank caller was aired live on television. The prankster called into ABC 7 in Los Angeles pretending to be a Department of Public Works employee named Louis Slungpue – which he noted should be pronounced ‘Slung-poo’. The news anchors ask Slungpue a number of questions about

Inside TMZ's Awesome Office Space And TV Studio

The TMZ office in Los Angeles is unique in the way that the celebrity gossip website's work space also functions as a TV studio for the show. TMZ on TV, which airs mainly on Fox-owned stations, features "in-studio" segments that areShow More Summary

Local News Station Airs Totally Wrong Footage For Ray Rice's Apology

Gaffes happen on local news, and boy, did one happen at FOX 9 in Minneapolis. The news station was reporting on Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice apologizing for assaulting his wife. But the video it aired had nothing at all toShow More Summary

Local Fox station airs a Spiderman video instead of Ray Rice apology

Local newscasts make mistakes so often these days that it’s not surprising, but in this case, the error is so egregious that the video has gone viral. KMSP (Fox 9) in Minneapolis was doing a story about Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice apologizing to the media on Thursday. However, instead of airing the video […]

A Local News Station Aired Spider-Man Getting Punched Instead Of Ray Rice’s Apology

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To Whom Do These Thicky Thighs Belong?

The owner of these cakes and thighs proved herself a “Miss Independent” Wednesday while stopping at a gas station to put air in her tires — all while rockin’ a body hugging two-piece skirt set. We feel like the lycra

CA: Metro Motion Wins Emmy at 66th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards

Metro has won an Emmy for the Metro Motion Union Station 75th Anniversary TV show, which aired prior to the May 3 Union Station anniversary celebration. The show contains interviews with many key players in the Union Station story, including Metro CEO Art Leahy.

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