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Live TV Interviews That Went Hilariously Wrong

The first live transcontinental TV broadcast took place in 1951 for President Harry Truman's speech during the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference in San Francisco, according to the New York Times. Sure, the first big test of this new medium went well, but that just meant people started doing it all the time. And that's basically when viewers realized that live TV means things can go amazingly, hilariously wrong in real time, and they get to enjoy the entertainment car crash from their couch.

Live TV Interviews That Went Hilariously Wrong

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