Hometown Headlines w/ Brad Barrett

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Punk’d!

Monday, July 15th, 2013 by

Posted in 101 Gold's Posts, Your Morning Show

Asiana Airlines charged on Sunday (July 14th) that its reputation was damaged by  a report on a San Francisco TV station that used fake, racially offensive names  for four pilots on its plane that crash-landed earlier this month in the  California city and is considering legal action.

 

 

 

An anchor for KTVU-TV read the offensive names on the air Friday, while a  graphic showed the fake names listed next to a photo of the burned-out plane.  The news anchor apologized after a break. The National Transportation Safety  Board has also apologized, saying a summer intern mistakenly confirmed the names of the flight crew. Asiana said it’s considering legal action against both KTVU
and the NTSB because the report, quote, “badly damaged” the reputation of the  airline and its pilots.

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