TV station accidentally airs 13 seconds of PORN during weather report

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A TV station accidentally broadcasts a short porn clip during a weather report, while the anchor X-rated appears completely unaware of the mistake.

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The explicit footage was shown on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. on CBS affiliate channel KREM.

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A Washington news channel appeared to show porn during weather reportscredit: KREM2

Meteorologist Michelle Boss seemed oblivious to the clip as she told viewers that Washington was likely to experience “bonus days” of warm weather after warmer temperatures in the state over the weekend.

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A woman’s waist is visible in the clip, which aired for about 13 seconds.

Boss and his fellow anchor Cody Proctor did not react to the clip.

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The news bulletin immediately zoomed in on the temperature map.

KREM apologized hours after the incident.

the outlet reported tv detective: “Those of us in KREM 2 would like to apologize for what happened in our newscast tonight at 6 pm.

“An inappropriate video was circulated in the first half of the show. We are working diligently to ensure that this does not happen again.”

The Spokane Police Department’s Special Victims Unit is investigating how the image appeared Spokesman.

Police said: “At the time of this release, the investigation is ongoing and no convictions of any kind have been determined.”

Police said KREM officials are cooperating in their investigation.

It comes just years after the Federal Communications Agency issued a $325,000 fine against WDBJ.

it is alleged Virginia The outlet aired a “sexually explicit clip of an adult film website” during a 6 p.m. news report in July 2012.

FCC officials said the broadcast violated federal law that prohibits stations from broadcasting explicit content between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. Diversity informed of.

Travis LeBlanc, the head of the FCC’s enforcement bureau, said at the time, the sentencing sends a “clear signal that there are dire consequences for TV stations that broadcast sexually explicit images when children can watch.”

Jeffrey Marks, who was the station’s general manager, said the outlet intended to oppose the ruling.

He claimed that the clip lasted less than three seconds and that the picture was not visible on many TV sets.

The National Association of Broadcasters called the fine “unprecedented” and said it was “totally unfair”.

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