I've seen it all during TV live shots. Sometimes people grab you or shout obscenities while you are either on the air or preparing to be. You just have to roll with it. Some people are completely unfazed by pandemonium. Absolutely elite focus and execution here by this reporter pic.twitter.com/ZsfM9KEXP1 — Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 6, 2021 Others are not. After the first guy touched me I started rolling... this isn't even all of it. So uncomfortable. Can we please respect people's space pic.twitter.com/1r0VQVoBoq — Lyndsey Gough (@LGonTV) September 5, 2021 It's usually the social media know-it-alls who create a false narrative that gains steam. In this case, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly tried to be funny in a postgame interview with Katie George but it fell
We go live to our @fswisconsin meteorologist @Katie_George05 for an update on the wind, uh, shield 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/pfty0YR3WX— FOX Sports Wisconsin (@fswisconsin) January 30, 2019 Our Louisville superstar athlete-turned-NBA-broadcast-star Katie George got an ample dose of Wisconsin wise-assery after she referenced the "windshield factor" for tonight's polar vortex. The saddest part is that she believed she was using the correct term to describe wind chill. Oops. We thought we prepared Katie for every possible broadcast scenario but this gaffe now fully completes her windshield of reporter knowledge. Give the Milwaukee Bucks reporter Katie extra credit. Her self-deprecation skills are anything but below zero. A+ Katie!
The Courier-Journal photographer Scott Utterback, a legendary lensman, caught me grabbing boxing photos ringside at Freedom Hall on June 24, 2017 during The Real Deal event. So far, the National Enquirer has not offered to pay for any of my out-of-focus iPhone 4 discolored photos of unknown boxers. But it's a start. My job offers great opportunities outside of radio and TV studios. In May, Katie George from WDRB joined me at the Galt House to interview ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit. It was a benefit for The Parklands. I've hosted the event for several years and suggested adding Katie to give it new life and a younger demo. She did an outstanding job. Here's the latest magazine