On today’s Noon newscast on KTVU, the Fox affiliate in San Francisco, the anchor claimed the stations had learned the names of the four pilots on board Asiana flight 214 which crashed last Saturday. But if you read the names, it becomes immediately clear this is a joke, which went unnoticed in the newsroom and made it into the newscast. Ironically, earlier this week the station touted its coverage as being first and “100% accurate.”
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