Our latest entry in our series on the Perils of the Press (here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here) shows the peril of venting your anger as a producer near a hot mike.
The astonishing thing is that the anchor is able to maintain her composure throughout the tirade.
11 thoughts on “Perils of the Press: . . . And Now a Word From Our Producer”
“There is no bad language – We are adults – These are the words we use to express frustration, anger, the fact we CARE”
If you’re easily offended, please stop reading right here.
Do we still do reason and forgiving in this country or are we just so fucking christian/jewish/muslim that that’s just not an option anymore?
We are not babies, we are not Jesus. We are people ffs.
Do you remember this one?
I’m with Carol. That mic didn’t just turn itself on. I fully suspect that it was “accidentally” triggered by a series of similar outbursts by said producer.
Can the reporter sue the producer … bitch is not exactly a compliment and the producer of all people should be aware of an open mic …. calling her a bitch to her fellow co-workers is bad enough … calling her a bitch to the listening audience is even more harmful to her reputation …
I am sorry….Due to the technical difficulties this program will no longer be…..
This is a great entry in the Perils of the Press series.
I wonder who will be fired … the bitch or the producer?
Speaking of the press here’s the next thing going viral.
Just like we have been saying all along, this is so much bigger than “affidavits.”
Here is another piece of the puzzle, without bringing up the REMIC issues…
Now that YOU are affected personally in this, Mr. President, what are you going to do about it?
Let’s get off the whole CNN Axelrod signals White House opposition to foreclosure moratorium BS…
“The Obama administration opposes a moratorium on home foreclosures, but wants problems involving improper paperwork resolved as quickly as possible, senior adviser David Axelrod said Sunday.”I’m not sure about a national moratorium,”
What do you expect from MSNBC or as we on the other side of the aisle like to call it – MSLSD or MesSNBC. 🙂
Can you imagine what kind of newscast this would have been with the reporter from one of the above links and this producer being heard live?
Gee, I wonder who ‘accidentally’ turned that mic on. I’ll bet that producer is such a wonderful person to work for everybody is willing to go that extra mile to help him out.
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