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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) serves audiences and businesses through a growing portfolio of television, radio and digital media brands. Founded in 1878, Scripps has held for decades to the motto, “Give light and the people will find their own way.” For more information about Scripps, go to scripps.com.

Love is in the Air

Crazy Swimmers In Icy River & Photographer Falls Into Water

Crazy Swimmers In Icy River & Photographer Falls Into Water

There's some tomfoolery happening in Russia as a group of friends decides to go for a swim in an icy river. These guys are crazy! Then in Brazil, another person goes for a dip — this time it was definitely unintentional, though. A photographer snapping pictures of a wedding proposal on a dock slips and tumbles into the water. Oops! To donate to the fundraiser for the photographer's damaged equipment on Vakinha. View Now
Beach Yoga Transitions Into Romantic Proposal

Beach Yoga Transitions Into Romantic Proposal

Shaun and Ashley both have a passion for acrobatic yoga, so Shaun thought this would be the perfect time to propose. Shaun set up his phone on the beach to record the yoga, which Ashley had no idea would end in so much more. The couple shows their strength in challenging yoga poses, and Shaun never lets Ashley fall. But she has already fallen deeply for Shaun and happily accepts his proposal in a touching moment at one of their favorite places. Congrats Ashley and Shaun!  View Now
Women Respond To Pick-Up Line Prank

Women Respond To Pick-Up Line Prank

Part of what makes pranks so funny is that you never know how people will respond. Let's see what happens when Steven pranks women by trying out an unusual pick-up line. He tells each woman that his parents would love her, then asks for her number. Their entertaining reactions might surprise you! via The Daily Dropout View Now

Animals

Firefighter Reunites Lost Dog With Owners

Firefighter Reunites Lost Dog With Owners

As a firefighter, Maxx Powell is no stranger to rescuing those in need. While driving, he spots a Husky dog on some train tracks and picks it up to hopefully find the pup's owner. The two strike up quite the bond, but Maxx knows to trust his instincts that this dog must come from a pretty loving home. This story is so sweet! View Now
Beloved Pet Rat Reunited With Owner

Beloved Pet Rat Reunited With Owner

Chris is very distraught when he realizes that his beloved pet rat, Lucy, has suddenly gone missing. Fortunately, this story has a happy ending. Through the combined efforts of Chris, social media, and the local police, Lucy is found and returned to Chris. It's clear from their cheerful reunion that they're both very happy to see each other again! View Now
Precious Baby Lemurs To Brighten Your Day

Precious Baby Lemurs To Brighten Your Day

Six baby lemurs were born at Chester Zoo in the United Kingdom, which is great news! Why? Well not only are they just plain cute, but this will also help wildlife conservation efforts. Lemurs are one of many endangered species that Act for Wildlife is making efforts to save from extinction, so we're happy to hear that they're making some progress. View Now

Celebrity

Inside The Home Of Lenny Kravitz

Inside The Home Of Lenny Kravitz

Have you ever wondered what a legendary musician's Brazilian farm-compound looks like? Thanks to Architectural Digest, wonder no more. Watch as Lenny Kravitz, who aslo owns his own design firm, gives a tour of his absolutley stunning property.  Architectural Digest video produced by Condé Nast Entertainment. View Now
Little Boy With Brain Tumor Gets Special Message From Chris Evans

Little Boy With Brain Tumor Gets Special Message From Chris Evans

Little Pipe is five years old and lives in El Salvador. In 2015, Pipe was diagnosed with a brain tumor and has had several surgeries since. After Chris Evans caught wind of his story, the "Avengers" actor sent a special message to Pipe, who is a huge fan of Evan's character Captain America. This video is guarenteed to put a smile on your face!   View Now

Take the Challenge

50 Tricks, 50 States, One Ambitious Skateboarder

50 Tricks, 50 States, One Ambitious Skateboarder

Chad Caruso has some big plans for his next 50 days. In this short amount of time, Chad plans to complete the 50 tricks in 50 states challenge, where he is supposed to complete a single skateboarding trick in a new state of the country each day. He has packed his bags, filled his car and is off to a brave start on his journey across America!  View Now
Husband Loses Bet, Wife Gets Crackin'

Husband Loses Bet, Wife Gets Crackin'

Husband Andy Hussein bet his wife, Barbara Hussein, that she couldn't get more than 500 comments on a social media challenge she took part in. Well, Andy lost the bet, and it's safe to say his reaction to his punishment was less than egg-static! Never underestimate the power of social media, folks.  View Now

RTM Hall of Fame

Botfly Larva Growing Inside Man's Back

Botfly Larva Growing Inside Man's Back

This one is not for the faint-hearted! For most people, the idea of having a botfly, or any critter for that matter, growing inside their back is a nightmare. However, entomologist (a scientist who studies insects) Phil Torres wears his larva as a sort of badge of honor, representing the years of work he has done in the Amazon. If you dare, click here for the full uncensored video!  View Now
Tidy Mouse Cleans Up Tool Shed Every Night

Tidy Mouse Cleans Up Tool Shed Every Night

A retired electrician named Stephen Mckears could not figure out how objects scattered on his tool shed's work table ended up in an old ice cream tub each night. He noticed that plastic clips, nuts, bolts, screws and other objects would be neatly stacked away each night. After a month of the strange activity, Mckears and his neighbor Rodney Holbrook set up a camera to get to the bottom of the crazy mystery. Word on the street is that the mouse has updated his resume and his looking for a full-time job on a cleaning crew.  View Now
Photographer Captures Scary Moment Colleague Grabbed By Whale

Photographer Captures Scary Moment Colleague Grabbed By Whale

Divers were about 25 nautical miles off the shore of South Africa checking out a naturally occurring phenomenon, when 51-year-old Rainer Schimpf suddenly found himself trapped inside the mouth of a Bryde's Whale. And like a good photographer, colleague Heinz Toperczer was on the boat getting the perfect shot of Rainer hanging out of the whale's mouth. But it didn't take away from the fear everyone felt in that instant. The Bryde's Whale is not aggressive toward humans and is generally good at sensing when people are around. View Now