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Channel NewsAsia botches headline of Jho Low story on live television

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National broadcasting network Mediacorp’s Channel NewsAsia botched the headline on the running news ticker on live TV.

Instead of the headline to the story, the news ticker featured “SDSFSDFSDSFSSDSFFSDFDFSD” on the new ticker, below a picture of Jho Low.

An eagle eyed netizen spotted the error and quickly took a picture of his TV screen. The netizen, Reddit user u/dkmag, shared the picture online yesterday.

Netizens responding to the picture online were mostly amused at the error:

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