TV station, NTSB apologize in prank Asiana pilot names – Los Angeles Times


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TV station, NTSB apologize in prank Asiana pilot names
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Both a San Francisco Bay Area TV station and the National Transportation Safety Board apologized for their roles in the broadcast Friday of fake, racially insensitive names of the pilots flying ill-fated Asiana Airlines Flight 214. The segment that referred to the 
KTVU sorry for on-air Asiana pilot name gaffeUSA TODAY
KTVU says it confirmed the information with the National Transportation Safety Daily Mail
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