The Washington Times: Business: " In the Washington area, viewers were subjected to two such mishaps Tuesday.
NBC affiliate WRC-TV (Channel 4), during its 6 p.m. newscast, aired a report in which Los Angeles Lakers basketball star Shaquille O'Neal uttered an obscenity. Sports anchor Wally Bruckner later apologized for the incident on air, explaining that the failure to edit out the offensive word was unintentional.
Because of an apparent technical glitch, Fox affiliate WTTG-TV (Channel 5) briefly aired footage of a woman breast feeding a child during a report on the recent shootings at the District's Ballou High School.
Also yesterday, Infinity Broadcasting, parent company of WJFK-FM (106.7), suspended afternoon drive hosts Don Geronimo and Mike O'Meara for allowing an obscenity on the air. An Infinity spokeswoman would say only they violated company policy and would be suspended without pay through Feb. 13. "