Give them some credit, at least they shot landscape, and not in numptie portrait
They probably would have if they weren't using those DSLRs.
The only way to get an apostrophe in there is to purposefully type it. Quite tragic.
Not very surprising given how eloquently they spoke. Who ever created that video was probably getting extremely aggravated at the autocorrect thinking "I know it's news with an apostrophe!"
Although to give them the benefit of the doubt maybe they were trying to use the possessive form of news as "news'" but in that case they should have added the word output. However I do not think they are bright enough to know what a plural possessive noun is.
Now that I have criticized them I should add a disclaimer: I realize that I may not always come across as grammatically correct online but this is a message board and not a term paper. Additionally I would like to add that, as an American, certain words are spelled differently from the rest of the English world - such as using a "c" or "z" instead of an "s".