Did a play-by-play announce put his partner on blast on live television? Listen below to YES Network's broadcaster Ian Eagle lay into his fellow announcer, Mike Fratello, in the final minutes of Saturday’s Nets/Celtics game after Eagle felt Fratello was "patronizing" him.
You gotta hear the slip of the tongue sports broadcaster Al Trautwig suffered yesterday. While talking about an injury b-baller Amare Stoudemire was dealing with, Trautwig made a verbal mistake often referred to as a Freudian slip.
When you gotta go, you gotta go – and that goes for dogs too. Watch as a dog named Libby stopped in the middle of an agility competition at The Crufts dog show in England over the weekend, and dropped a deuce!!!
Reporter Doug Luzader was all set to go on the air to talk about the Super Tuesday election results on Fox 7 in Austin yesterday, but when the lead anchor went to him, Luzader appeared to have fallen asleep.
Check out the ability to concentrate that this Tampa, Florida reporter has. While doing a live news story on TV, a car accident happens right behind her. Even as loud as it was, she doesn't even seem to notice.
They just don't make wooden bar stools like they used to. Ask college basketball announcer James Bates, whose faulty stool sat him on his backside while doing a segment before Saturday’s Xavier's/University of Dayton game.
Talking on a cell phone or texting while walking may seem natural and easy, but it could result in serious injury if you don’t look up every now and then. One woman in Canada found out the hard way. And on live television, no less!
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