Ask Bill Belichick a long-winded and circular question and you’re going to get a perfunctory but equally circular answer. So, when a reporter takes about an hour to ask if Belichick has noticed any “common thread’ in his many games facing an offense led by Peyton Manning, it should be no surprise that Belichick’s answer
Our hats go off to Kelli Tennant of TWC Sportsnet who took a soccer ball to the head during the Los Angeles Galaxy and Vancouver Whitecaps game this past week. Not only did she handle it, but she didn’t skip a beat in the process. Professional! [via FTW]
My hat goes off to Paul Cicala who covered the Pac-12 men’s basketball tournament for KVOA News 4 in Tucson this weekend. Check out the absolute hustle that the reporter showed off to make it into the arena following his outside segment. The man has some serious motor. @KVOA Some playful hustle turns to "stop,
The best part of this video (other than the fact that she was not injured), is that KUTV actually has this living on their YouTube page. Smart news station over there… She is fine, so you can laugh. The YouTube description reads: *Note* KUTV Reporter Brooke Graham works six days a week and is one
The baboon is a very smart animal they say, and he knows exactly what he is doing in this sews segment. Bad monkey… [Hot Clicks]
UCLA head coach Jim Mora was giving his Monday morning press conference when it was unexpectedly cut short after Mora got fed up with a news a television “technician” who answered a phone call while Mora was speaking. To add a little context to why he got up and walked out, the a television “technician”
If you have ever watched a Los Angeles Kings game on Fox Sports West, you know who Dan Moriarty is. He’s the terrible reporter who asks statements instead of questions, confuses all the players, and apparently doesn’t pay very close attention to detail. At the L.A. Kings game on Friday, Moriarty interviewed Matthew Perry, a
FC Copenhagen was going to celebrate their 10th Danish title in anyway they wanted, even if it included a few casualties. Peter Moller was interviewing a player when a former teammate, Lars Jacobsen, saw his old mate and decided to have a little fun. He took off full speed towards Peter and took him out
Susannah Collins who handles some of the Blackhawks reporting duties for CSN Chicago had a minor slip up today on air, and the Internet acted accordingly. Collins was talking about the Blackhawks regular season and dropped the fact that they have had ‘a tremendous amount of sex.’ Good to know! [Jimmy Traina]
Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder got thrashed by the Utah Jazz Tuesday night, so naturally Westbrook wasn’t too happy in the locker room after the game. While answering the media’s questions in his post-game locker room interview, one reporter asked Westbrook if the Thunder lost the game or the Jazz won the game.
This reporter is my new hero. She gets extra points for thinking on the fly and more bonus points for having the courage to ask a person if they have a STD on live TV. This will easily go down as my top five favorite reporter-oriented videos of all-time. I would also pay big money
I could watch newsreel bloopers all day, and this one is great thanks to the young lady’s reaction to finding out that she was actually on live TV. This News 9 weather anchorwoman was busy typing away when the cameras switched to her for a weather update, only problem was that no one notified her.