When major storms happen it is a given that meteorologists and news reporters will be out in the thick of things reporting what is going on. When that happens, many times you can also be sure that someone will see that as a perfect opportunity to get their 15 minutes of fame on the television.
Earlier this year I posted a video of some great bloopers from news stations around the country. Well, since that time many more slip ups, photobombs and other silliness has happened and it was all all caught on tape.You gotta love live TV.
All of us in the radio and TV biz have made flubs. Of course, at our level, it isn't quite as devastating if we make a mistake --unless we happen to say something that isn't FCC friendly. And we've had our bloopers, but nothing like these:
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