The Senegalese superstar was confirmed as a Bayern Munich player yesterday, in a deal that is worth approximately €32 million without add-ons.
During a tennis update on the BBC News’ 9AM to 10AM broadcast, a message appeared on-screen that was rather critical of the red side of Manchester.
Rahul Shivshankar’s mistake is made all the more enjoyable by the fact that there are two other people involved and a massive plot twist at the end.
‘Today Show’ host Ally Langdon had a little slip of the tongue, sending co-host Karl Stefanovic, and then the whole internet, into absolute hysterics.
25-year-old Tori Yorgey was supposed to be in a safe spot, but then an SUV came out of nowhere and knocked her to the ground during the live shot.
Laura Ingraham and her guest were attacking ‘woke TV’, as one does to drive ratings and rile the masses, when the conversation took a comical turn.
During SABC News’ ‘Morning Live’ broadcast today, award-winning anchor Sakina Kamwendo became a little tongue-tied when reading out a tweet.
A Namibian sports anchor went viral after she confronted her colleague on-air, without knowing the broadcast was going out live.
Spare a thought for eNCA reporter Khayelihle Khumalo, who was up against the elements during a live broadcast yesterday.
When MSNBC anchor Craig Melvin cued up NBC News correspondent Ken Dilanian during a live segment yesterday, he wasn’t expecting this reaction.
So it’s Halloween, and you run a new channel, and you want to nail some kind of crossover. This definitely is not ‘mission accomplished’.
You showered, you put on relatively clean tracksuit pants, and you managed to get some work done. Well done, you’ve earned a little break.
Australian reporter Sarah Cawte was filming a segment on snake safety when things didn’t go according to the script.
Everyone loves a good news blooper, and some of the best come from Down Under.
Russian football journalist Evgeny Evnevich wasn’t about to let something as silly as a sprinkler get in the way of a live report.
Spend enough time in front of the camera and you’re going to drop the ball, so of course the past month has been full of blunders from around the globe.
It’s the kind of thing we are used to seeing from the likes of ANN7, but the BBC don’t usually drop the ball like this. It’s pretty darn cringe.
When you’re in the midst of an interview on live telly you’re not going to welcome the public’s intrusion, especially when it ends with a slap.
Oh dear, trust ANN7 to make an awkward on-air blooper during their coverage of Ahmed Kathrada’s condition from earlier this week.