KTVU admits it is actively seeking the removal of videos from the website YouTube that shows an unfortunate and embarrassing mistake reported in a newscast on July 12.
KTVU has started filing copyright infringement notices with YouTube ordering the removal of several videos depicting the station’s misidentification of four pilots aboard Asiana Flight 214
Brad Belstock, a seven-year employee with Oakland-based FOX affiliate KTVU-TV, was supervising the station’s noon broadcast in which a newsreader misidentified the names of four pilots aboard Asiana Airlines Flight 214, two sources have told The Desk.
KTVU has placed a gag order on all employees in the wake of an investigation over an embarrassing newscast gaffe that went viral online.
As an investigation permeates between KTVU and their parent company Cox Media Group regarding last week’s Asiana Airlines gaffe, the search is on for the staff member who will take the blame for the mistake.
Next Media Animation, the Taiwanese animation studio known for its hilarious YouTube recreations of worldly events, has produced its take on the KTVU pilot identification gaffe that went viral last week.
Stephen Colbert has called out San Francisco-area FOX affiliate KTVU-TV for the station’s gaffe last week in which it erroneously identified four pilots aboard an airliner that crashed earlier in the month.
Asiana Airlines says it will not sue San Francisco-area FOX affiliate KTVU over last week’s pilot identification gaffe.
Asiana Airlines says it will go ahead with a defamation lawsuit against a California television station that erroneously reported four perceived racist names as pilots aboard a plane that crashed in San Francisco.
The National Transportation Safety Board has relieved a student of his internship after an embarrassing mistake involving a California television station and a plane that crashed at San Francisco International Airport last week.