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Neil Patrick Riddle | Earthquake TV | 50 Shades of Silly

ActuallyNPHAvatarLost Remote: Harvard Class of 2013 grad Tommy MacWilliam has shared how he very quickly and impressively solved a riddle tweeted by Neil Patrick Harris. Otherwise known as How I Met Your Cipher.

TV Spy: On the heels of Sam Rubin vs. Samuel L. Jackson, the KTLA Morning News today featured Chris Schauble and Megan Henderson vs. a 4.4 earthquake. The earthquake won.

Galley Cat: In this case, there are no casting controversies. Nonetheless, all indications are that 50 Shades of Grey: The Musical will continue to charm when it launches a U.S. tour next week in Culver City, CA.

[Photo courtesy: @ActuallyNPH]

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NHMC Files Formal Complaint Against KTLA

Despite an apology to the El Coyote Cafe by KTLA anchor Chris Schauble, the National Hispanic Media Coalition has filed a formal complaint against the station following a racist remark during an on-air segment on June 11.

During a segment where KTLA was interviewing employees at the legendary Mexican dining establishment, Schauble was caught saying “bond hearings” in reference to the good times the workers share together.

“We are disappointed that KTLA management did not ask Schauble to apologize on air,”   NHMC’s president Alex Nogales said in a statement. “Comments such as Schauble’s help perpetuate negative stereotypes.  The offense is made worse when it’s done in a news segment. NHMC will record Schauble’s negligence by filing a formal complaint.”

Hispanic Media Coalition Wants Apology from KTLA Anchor for Racist Remark*

The National Hispanic Media Coalition is demanding a public apology from KTLA anchor Chris Schauble following an on-air remark during a segment on June 11:

Mac Kay (reporter): These employees here at the lovely El Coyote, some of them have been here, quite frankly, longer than some of you at the desk have been alive. This man Billy, he has been here for over 30 years, you are the manager here, what is it like? It’s a total family atmosphere right?

Restaurant Manager: Right. That’s what keeps us all together, because it’s such a family, we know each other. We know their sons, their daughters, their parents, we go to their weddings, their baptismals, we share all our good times together…

Chris Schauble: …bond hearings…

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The KTLA Morning News, Minus One Key Member

Our colleague Andrew Gauthier at TV Spy tips us to another great example of the goofy, anything-goes KTLA Morning News vibe.

Rather than some sort of straight-faced acknowledgment of a missing third team member, watch what happened yesterday morning at 4:00 a.m. when the program opened without the usually middle-seated Megan Henderson. The co-anchor was only a few seconds late, but that was enough for Chris Schauble to deliver a Kids in the Hall-worthy comedic moment:

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LA and Its Rash of Triathlete Journos

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We saw that KNBC’s Chris Schauble ran the 18-Mile Students Run LA Friendship race in Sylmar over the weekend. It’s the warm-up race for the LA Marathon put on by SRLA, a group who’s mission is to encourage at-risk kids to go run around on the streets. More info about them here.

Also running the race was SoCal Connected’s Jacob Conrad.

This is what the rest of the country thinks all our television journalists look like in shorts and what they’re doing in their off time. We asked Schauble what his time was. “My time was 2:41,” he tells FBLA. “But I feel better it was really almost 19 miles. Gotta keep dropping holiday weight gain…Get back to 200-205. I’m 10 pounds away with weeks to get there.”

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