Reporter Lisa Mateo was out in front of Madison Square Garden on Tuesday morning when a woman walked up behind and began shouting profanities into the camera (video above).
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Tomasulo and a photographer pretended to be shooting at the Taste of Chicago festival over the weekend and when a person would wave or jump around in the background he would call them forward and grill them about topics like hemorrhoids, stool softeners, and vajazzling (video above).
Reporter Pooja Lodhia, who joined KTRK in April, was set to do a live shot at the top of the ABC O&O’s 10 p.m. newscast when a technical hiccup caused her to be unable to hear her colleagues at the station. The result was half a minute of Lodhia standing in front of the camera, not knowing that she was on the air (video above). Read more
“You see a lot of odd things on live TV. You see a lot of odd things on PIX 11,” anchor Frances Rivera said following the incident. “That takes it to a whole new level” (video above).
Having just passed a motorcycle safety course, WXII reporter Stephanie Berzinski was showing off her biker skills on a shiny new Harley during the NBC-affiliate’s 5 p.m. newscast on Monday, when it became clear that she needed a bit more practice (video above).
“I have to laugh this one off,” Berzinski wrote on her Facebook page following the incident. “Yes, I am forever embarrassed and yes I was totally mad at myself, but hey–that’s live TV for you. Mistakes happen. Obviously. Either way I still passed and have my motorcycle endorsement. I think I’m gonna start off with a Vespa.”