New Media Lows

In the News
Post Reply
User avatar
Junior Member
Junior Member
Posts: 172
Joined: Tue Feb 10, 2009 8:14 am
Location: the buffet line

New Media Lows

Post by southernfry » Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:05 pm

The childish unprofessionalism on display at MSNBC is becoming breathtaking.

Anchor Martin Bashir on Wednesday jokingly apologized to young viewers who might have been “frightened by” Charles Krauthammer's face in a video clip that was aired on his show. While speaking about the election with GQ’s Ana Marie Cox and the Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart, Bashir asked, “Do Republicans understand what has happened? Let’s listen to the great Charles Krauthammer.” ... mers-face/

And you wonder why kids bully, they learn it from the adults. This is beyond cruel and the man should be fired. Either he is jealous of what Mr. Krauthammer has accomplished before and after the accident or he is just a cruel bully that gets his jollys through insults.

He is not the only one that needs a good kick in the butt. A Calgary, Canada sports radio announcer hit an even lower level when he suggested on the air that the plane carrying the CFL's (Canadian Football League) Saskatchewan Roughriders crash and kill 4 players. In this case he apologized, but the "I made a mistake" really doesn't cut it. It's sick to even wish that on anyone and what is this teaching the kids. ... da-alberta

A Calgary sports radio personality apologized Thursday for making what he called a "stupid and idiotic" on-air comment suggesting he hoped the Saskatchewan Roughriders' plane would crash and four of the players die.

Dean (Boomer) Molberg, a morning show co-host at Sportsnet 960 The FAN, made the comment Wednesday while discussing the Stampeders' upcoming CFL playoff game against the visiting Roughriders, said program director Kelly Kirch.
Running to the border for bbq sauce

Post Reply