ANZIO WILLIAMS, NBC10's vice president of news, is proud of his station's coverage of the fatal Market Street building collapse and its aftermath. But a controversy recently emerged during the station's coverage of the suicide video left by building inspector Ronald Wagenhoffer.
While the outlet scored a coup by being the first to report on the contents of one of two cellphone videos left by Wagenhoffer, there is some debate over whether the station got its contents correct.
According to a June 13 report on NBC10, Wagenhoffer's video includes the sentence, "It was my fault" (he was apparently referring to his admission that he was not as diligent as he could have been inspecting the site). But shortly after the station broke the story, Mark McDonald, Mayor Nutter's spokesman, refuted Channel 10's account, insisting that Wagenhoffer actually said, "It wasn't my fault."