In a shocking turn of events, a news anchor in Los Angeles found himself out of a job after going rogue on live television. Mark Mester took matters into his own hands, calling out his station and offering an unauthorized apology for the sudden departure of his co-anchor. While viewers appreciated his passion, station executives weren’t so forgiving. Join us as we unravel this tale of impromptu apologies, fired anchors, and a newsroom that may finally breathe a sigh of relief.

News Anchor Gets Fired After Going Off Script On Live TV