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About RTM

RightThisMinute is the viral videos show – now seen in over 90% of the U.S. on America’s best TV stations. We have the stories behind these web videos with interviews and information you won’t find anywhere else.  Every day, our team of e-journalists scour the internet to find you the videos everyone will be talking about.  Our hosts then share the best videos on TV, online and on mobile.  If it’s funny, outrageous, informative or entertaining, you’ll see it here first.  

RightThisMinute.com launched simultaneously as a companion destination for the TV show.  The website features videos you may not see on the TV show, so bookmark us and come back often to find out what’s trending every day.  

To see the hottest web videos from your mobile device, make sure to download the RightThisMinute App (available in IOS, Android and Windows).

RTM is the creation of a group of journalists at MagicDust Television in Phoenix, Arizona who have spent their entire lives in news, broadcast and web management. In a unique partnership among companies that normally are competitors, Cox Media Group, Raycom Media, Inc., and The E.W. Scripps Company have partnered with MagicDust in the creation and ownership of RightThisMinute.

About MagicDust Television

MagicDust Television, with solid roots in news and journalism, has a 30-year history of creating entertaining and informative programs for local television. MagicDust created and produced the nationally-syndicated show NASCAR Angels. The MagicDust team has won PROMAX's award for best major-market, local TV promotional spot or campaign in the world more than a half dozen times and also has a string of awards for news, editing, art design and animation.

About Cox Media Group

Cox Media Group, Inc. is an integrated broadcasting, publishing, direct marketing and digital media company that includes the national advertising rep firms of Cox Reps. With $1.8 billion in revenue, the company operations include 15 broadcast television stations and one local cable channel, 86 radio stations, eight daily newspapers and more than a dozen non-daily publications, and more than 100 digital services.

About Raycom Media, Inc.

Raycom Media, an employee-owned company, is one of the nation's largest broadcasters and owns and/or operates 45 television stations in 36 markets and 18 states. In addition to television stations, Raycom owns Raycom Sports (a marketing, production and events management and distribution company in Charlotte); and Broadview Media (a post production/telecommunications company based in Montgomery).

About The E.W. Scripps Company

The E.W. Scripps Company (NYSE: SSP) is a diverse, 132-year-old media enterprise with interests in television stations, newspapers, local news and information websites and feature syndication. For a full listing of Scripps media companies and their associated websites, visit http://www.scripps.com.

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Animals

Hungry Hungry Kangaroos

This kangaroos video will make you smile. This group of 6 kangaroos are taking a snack break on a rainy day. The man recording is feeding them bread and biscuits (crackers). Some of the kangaroos are shy and some are more eager but all of the kangaroos were hungry.  View Now

Great White Shark, Huge Halibut

Check out this amazing great white shark on facebook and "like" the page. This shark was about 8 feet long and 4 feet wide. That's about a third the size of the boat they were filming from. The video of the shark was captured using a GoPro. Next check out this amazing 150-pound halibut. The fisherman caught it in Alaska, took a photo with it and released it.  View Now

Doe, a Deer, a Rescued Deer

A group of boaters came across a baby doe in the water, and decided to rescue it. Although deer can swim, the rescuers were afraid it might be too young to make it to shore, so they lent a helping hand. View Now

Shocking Footage of Human Wearing a Collar

This man decided to test out a dog boundary collar. His friend fastens on a red collar around his next and walks away to find out how it works. After walking very far, he noticed that nothing had happened and his friend who was shooting the footage reminds him it goes off at 90 feet. Then suddenly he is shocked on the neck and it is so painful he twitches, screams and doubles over. He understandably proceeds to take the device off immediately.  View Now

Funny

Kenan Serenades his Girlfriend Who is Not Having It

Kenan Harkin has YouTube channel called Kamp Kenan where he features reptiles. He also loves to annoy his poor girlfriend Paola. In this video, he serenades her on the drive home from their workout. This was his version of payback for the brutal workout Paola put him through at the gym. She was trying to ignore him as he sang "Desire" by U2 to her. He also inflects his musical torture on Paola's daughter Alex. His poor car at one point mysteriously loses Bluetooth connection trying to escape the performance.  View Now

Mission Impossible Paintball Trick Shots

The dudes from the Dude Perfect YouTube Channel and their panda team up for an impossible mission promoting the new Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation film. You've got to see these epic paintball trick shots: Paintball Pictionary, Wakesurf Shot, Cody Trust Shot and Twin Shot. You are sure to be entertained by these hilarious antics. The dudes don't recommend you try these stunts at home.  View Now

Selfie Stick Scuffle in Sydney

Check out this selfie-stick brawl that broke out on a boat in Sydney. Two dudes get heated when their photo perfection is interrupted by other passengers on the yacht. Do you think this video is real or fake? View Now

RTM Favorites

Beth Troutman on Family, Love, and Life after RightThisMinute

All good things must come to an end, and today marks the last day with Beth Troutman as lead host for RightThisMinute. Beth's mother is currently battling cancer, and as a loyal member of her family, Beth and her supportive husband decided to move back to North Carolina to be with Beth's mother in her time of need. View Now

Kids Singing to Teacher Battling Breast Cancer Will Make You Cry

Once in a while one of these videos comes along that hits you right in the "feels." This is definitely one of them. Watch as the kids from P.S. 22 Chorus from Staten Island switch up their annual ritual of singing their last song of the year with their teacher, and instead bring in Mrs. Adriana Lopez. She was diagnosed with breast cancer, so they decided to sing "I'm Gonna Love You Through It" by Martina McBride to her. We all need a good cry every once in a while. View Now

8 Smartphone Tips to Take Your Photos to the Next Level

Prepare to have your mind blown by these simple and easy hacks you can use with your smartphone to take your photography to the next level! Check out photographer Richard Schabetsberger's tips and tricks that will have you getting super crafty with your pics in no time. View Now