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Newscast is a mistimed masterpiece

Live broadcast journalism is a minefield of mistakes waiting to happen -- thankfully for those of us who watch. There's nothing like the awkward mishap on live television to brighten the day.The latest in the broadcast blooper hall of fame comes from my home town of San Diego. Southern Californians have long been accused of being just a little off in our timing, and these newscasters -- every single one of them -- show off that skill set with aplomb. Here's your morning chuckle courtesy of Channel 10 News in San Diego:

By Melissa Bell  | November 2, 2010; 10:36 AM ET
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i love how the camera just pans away, akin to the viewer's attention :)

Posted by: evelio | November 2, 2010 2:44 PM | Report abuse

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