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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Man Rams Through Two Police Vehicles When Stopped at Checkpoint

a police checkpoint in British Columbia got ugly when on man decided he didn't want to be stopped. After refusing to leave the vehicle and getting pepper sprayed, this individual drove through two police vehicles to get away from the checkpoint. He was later caught wielding an axe while attempting to set his vehicle on fire. He is in police custody and is receiving mental health evaluations.  View Now

Man Rescued From Car Crushed by Trees

A huge storm in Canada left one man trapped in his own crushed vehicle. Trees that had blown down destroyed this man's vehicle while he as in it, but was able to get out with the help of some people who saw the wreckage. It's amazing he was able to make it out of the vehicle, given the damage caused by the fallen trees. View Now

Bottle Boys Cover Kygo's 'Stole the Show' Using Glass and Grass

For their most recent cover, the Bottle Boys not only stuck to their trusty bottles but pulled out a new tool: grass. And by the looks of it, it looks like they got the good stuff. The grass they're using appears to be Chewing Fescue, only found in a few western States, mostly due to its necessity for sunlight, good drainage, and acidic soil. But the quality paid off; the song sounds great, and the Boys seem really happy with their work.   View Now

RTM Favorites

Because Everyone Wants a Tour of Toilets From Around the World

Cut Video sent one of their producers on a very important assignment. He must shoot footage of public restrooms around the globe from Japan to Dubai and India to Bangkok. Yea, it's a little gross - particularly when you see said producer using the porcelain throne. Lucky for us, it's only No. 1. Now watch at your discretion.  View Now

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Because Everyone Wants a Tour of Toilets From Around the World

Cut Video sent one of their producers on a very important assignment. He must shoot footage of public restrooms around the globe from Japan to Dubai and India to Bangkok. Yea, it's a little gross - particularly when you see said producer using the porcelain throne. Lucky for us, it's only No. 1. Now watch at your discretion.  View Now

Miley Cyrus Poses as Australian Reporter to Report on Herself

Miley Cyrus recently hit the streets of Los Angeles to find out how people really feel about her. Disguised in a wig, glasses and dark lipstick, the songwriter transformed into “Janet” the Australian reporter for a Jimmy Kimmel Live sketch. Unfortunately for the "Wrecking Ball" singer, not everyone is a fan. View Now

Son Asks Dad for Princess Doll, Son Surprises Mom With Tattoo

Sometimes parents can be pretty shocked by the actions of their children. In this first video a son shows his mama his fresh tattoo and her reaction is awesome. She first checks to see if it is real and when she realizes it is she informs him that she warned him of the consequences of this action. The mom proceeds to slap her son's cheek and the funny part that this is her adult son who is married with children. Next up, this dad says his son got two identical toys at his birthday party. He took his son to the toy store to exchange one. View Now

Animals

Curious Black Bears Get a Too Close for Comfort With Hiker

Animals are a majestic, beautiful sight to see in the wild - at a distance. So when a couple of wild black bears decided to get up close and personal with a nearby hiker, things got a little scary for her. The interaction didn't go beyond mild curiosity, but a wild bear getting petting (or in its case, mauling) distance would be enough to get anyone's heart racing. View Now

Sad Baby Bookworm, Distraught Big Brother, Helpful Dog Owner

First up, this poor little baby boy is the saddest bookworm every time the storybook is over. Second, big brother had a meltdown at the gender reveal when he found out he was getting another little sister. Third, this three-year-old boy loves to help take care of his four corgi dogs. View Now

Human-Loving Crocodile and Seal Get Treated Like Kings

Most animals are more scared of humans than we are of them, but sometimes they can work out a beautiful coexistence. One crocodile has learned that if he doesn't bite a local tour guide's hand off, the guide will give him free dinner rolls. And some seals in Sicily have discovered that five-fingered mammals give great tummy rubs. Everybody wins. View Now

Gorilla and Toddler Play Peek-a-Boo at Zoo

Gorillas can be man's best friend too. A young boy named Isaiah recently visited the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Powell, Ohio. The boy caught the attention of a playful, two-year-old gorilla and the duo was seen monkeying around. Although the pair was divided by a glass wall, it didn't stop them from running back and forth during an intense game of "peakaboo." via JukinVideo View Now

Two Dogs Get Rescued From Tight Spots

It's important to look out for all animals, and in these cases, two of man's best friend needed help out of tight spots. A kayaker came across one dog who got stuck in the foliage near the river. The kayaker was able to get it free from the mud and vines that trapped the poor dog. Another dog got trapped in a gate in India; luckily Animal Aid was nearby and rescued it. View Now