An armed robber stole camera equipment from the KNTV and KTVU crews around 6 a.m. KNTV cameraman Alan Waples was struck on
The clip, above, was shot at San Francisco's famous Union Square. When asked about a television series set in San Francisco
KTVU, the San Francisco news station that reported fake, racist names of the Asiana Flight 214 pilots has reportedly fired
Now, the station is issuing copyright infringement notices to take the footage down on Youtube. General manager Tom Raponi
The names were supposed to be a joke. Only this joke wasn't funny. It was offensive, insensitive to the victims of Asiana's plane crash, and indicative of a major problem in a government and journalism institution. These 'jokes' make me question my American-ness.
I sometimes wonder if I'm actually more incensed than KTVU News Director Lee Rosenthal is that his news department somehow allowed four obviously phony, racially insulting Asian pun names to go out over the air last Friday.
SEOUL, July 17 (Reuters) - Asiana Airlines said on Wednesday it has scrapped a plan to sue a U.S. television station that
On Friday evening, NTSB issued a statement of its own apologizing for its role in the on-air faux pas. The board explained
On a meta-level, these are just continuing symptoms of the underlying, chronic, disease called racism. As a nation, we've done a pretty good job of treating it in the past 50 years, but as with all treatments, a certain amount of resistance has set in.