Msg#: 3066807 posted 3:07 am on Aug 31, 2006 (gmt 0)
The best (or worst) sound bites seem to come from a mic that was accidentally left on. Poor George, this has been happening all too often lately. Here's one that I'm happy to say I wasn't involved with..
Msg#: 3066807 posted 7:19 am on Aug 31, 2006 (gmt 0)
Yes, when I read this I thought "Jerry Springer moment coming up"... Handbags at dawn...
Still, at least everyone will know where they stand, and there's at least one person I'll like to---apparently off-record---say the same thing of but to MAKE SURE that they get the message... (No, not on WW!)
PS. Who'll be the first to interview the sister-in-law? How "controlled" will the interview be? Are the brother's <ahem>bits</ahem> in a jar on the shelf yet?
Msg#: 3066807 posted 2:24 pm on Aug 31, 2006 (gmt 0)
I would have thought the control booth could have disabled her mic remotely, but at the end, you could hear someone that had tracked her down telling her that her mic was on and she was being heard on the air.
Msg#: 3066807 posted 2:50 pm on Aug 31, 2006 (gmt 0)
I think someone in the control booth must have turned the micro on air. You can hear that at first the voices of the women are in the "background" and then someone turns up the volume of the micros.
My guess of whats happened is that the micro was on but not on air. Someone in the control room noticed and wanted to overhear what the women where talking and turned up the volume and so brought them on air.