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  1. Humble Trekker

    Humble Trekkerپیش 5 ساعت

    E-Begging at its finest

  2. Ghost Rider

    Ghost Riderپیش 5 ساعت

    Didn’t one of the survivors say that they were told to brace for/expect a rough landing? Like, in the decent phase, not at the last min or anything. Really makes you wonder. Was there a mechanical issue? Why didn’t the pilots report any issues to atc? Even in the last transmission, with alarms blaring and all, pilot sounded routine and calm

  3. Grey Ghost

    Grey Ghostپیش 5 ساعت

    -7500 fpm... what the ?

  4. AxCYeR

    AxCYeRپیش 5 ساعت

    this is insane. unprofessional piece of shit. look at what you've done. i'm still so glad that nobody on the ground was hurt.

  5. Luis Santos

    Luis Santosپیش 5 ساعت

    Whatever happen they paid the mishap with ultimate price. Feel sorry for the innocent victims.

  6. Grey Ghost

    Grey Ghostپیش 5 ساعت

    Is Cockpit Resource Management (CRM) practiced the same, Worldwide ? Like what is the cockpit protocol at airlines like this, is it modern day everybody is here for safety or is it, "I am the Captain, your job is to stroke my ego and not say anything to upset the applecart". It will be interesting to read the CVR...

  7. detcat312

    detcat312پیش 5 ساعت

    yes the owners of the dams have been trying to get the ok to lower the water level but since the state didn't give them the go a head they had to raise the water level back up, they were and are suing in federal court to get to lower the water level for the past few years.

  8. Ducati Drew

    Ducati Drewپیش 5 ساعت

    Another outstanding video!

  9. Mark Wandrey

    Mark Wandreyپیش 5 ساعت

    IRgos and its demonitization is becoming a real shitshow. It's not their job to be the arbiter of fact or fiction.

  10. Nick Grant

    Nick Grantپیش 5 ساعت

    One big question I have, and I know that this is ultimately the fault of the flight crew, but, why did ATC clear them to land when they have seen such erratic behaviour e.g speed, FL and descent rates?

  11. Rustin Roy

    Rustin Royپیش 5 ساعت

    is there a chance the gear didn't come down because they were too fast?

  12. Kurt Selleslagh

    Kurt Selleslaghپیش 5 ساعت

    Seems three critical pilot errors: 1) diving down like Japan Zero, 2) landing too far out on the runway, 3) ignoring gear down warning signs. Why rush to land when its obvious you are not going go make it? Pity so many people have to pay a heavy price for these 2 clowns.

  13. Tony Tone

    Tony Toneپیش 5 ساعت

    I think the stocks will do a lot better in the 3rd quarter.

  14. Me Too

    Me Tooپیش 5 ساعت

    Where's surveillance video from the airport? this approach would be crazy to watch. What was going on in that cockpit? What were they thinking?

  15. missyd0g2

    missyd0g2پیش 5 ساعت

    Juan, great job explaining the descent to land. My wife has viewed some of your videos and you make it easy to understand.

  16. Jim Ham

    Jim Hamپیش 5 ساعت

    The only thing I can imagine is the PIC became incapacitated in some way and the FO was unwilling to override him and take control.

  17. Ghost Rider

    Ghost Riderپیش 5 ساعت

    Did ATC not know/track any of this plane’s path?

  18. Randy .Thomas

    Randy .Thomasپیش 5 ساعت

    Thank you. I realize that this 3 to 1 is a rule of thumb, but it drives me nuts. It is more like 15 to 1.

  19. Farooq Ahmad

    Farooq Ahmadپیش 5 ساعت

    This aircraft had no ADS-B under waiver from CAA Pakistan

  20. Premiere League Poker

    Premiere League Pokerپیش 5 ساعت

    That’s like a space shuttle approach...the ol’ Flying Brick!

  21. Steve Perreira

    Steve Perreiraپیش 5 ساعت

    Dear Juan: I don’t want to pretend that I know the answer to your problem, but I do have some suggestions. I would try to find an alternative platform, they are out there, and I believe your subscribers will follow you to it. As for myself, I don’t pay for content, because I am still in a situation where I have a lot of financial obligations that I am working on in order to obtain my own financial security. So I will say this about getting people to send you money. And I bet you won’t hear this from anyone else. People like transparency. If people are going to send you money, lots of people are going to send you money say, it is your obligation to tell us how much money you are getting, what is your income from the channel. That way people will get an idea whether or not you need more money. Maybe this sounds a little nosy, but after all the patrons are sending their money and they have a right to know how much you are making and what your expenses are, like with any other business where there are shareholders. I think if you look at your business as a corporation with shareholders and that you have to give reports to the shareholders, The whole thing becomes feasible and fair to both sides, to both you and your customers. I would definitely consider a contribution if I knew how much money you were making and what your expenses were. But I will never make a contribution if I am in the blind as to what you are getting out of this. Sincerely, Steve

  22. Magellan

    Magellanپیش 5 ساعت

    Did they ever get the gear down? If they did, they may have realized they were not going to make the landing and very well may have started go around procedures pulling up gear and flaps while in proximity to ground. This would induce a sudden loss of altitude before a positive climb rate could be established.

  23. vakada vedi

    vakada vediپیش 5 ساعت

    Please send this report to pakistan , otherwise they will blame india 🤣

  24. GSD Alpha

    GSD Alphaپیش 5 ساعت

    Can't imagine what passengers thought during that steep descent. My first trans-con flight was from Indianapolis to John Wayne airport, back in the late 1980's. The pilot announced we'd clear mountain elevations then "play drop like a stone". His words. I remember pushing my foot into the floor like I was standing on a brake pedal. On subsequent trips to the area, I went LAX instead. The PIA descent was INSANE.

  25. Patrick Hanna

    Patrick Hannaپیش 5 ساعت

    That data is insane!!!

  26. Urooj Abdulla

    Urooj Abdullaپیش 5 ساعت

    The problem with Pakistan is none of these pilots were hired on merit. They either bought there way in or their daddy/brother got them a job. Also, most of them never get properly trained, even have fake hours and degrees. Not surprising that situations like this occur. In 1992 schon air has one working 172 plane and they were getting hundreds of hours from that school. The partner of that school was no other that the CAA head at the time and MD. PIA was selling a seat for 12 laks ($12000). The guys who are in there flying are there for money not because it's their passion. It makes a difference.

  27. Belus Traveller Foreign Once

    Belus Traveller Foreign Onceپیش 5 ساعت

    Thanks Again, BelusTraveller

  28. Ghazanfar Javaid

    Ghazanfar Javaidپیش 5 ساعت

    Pilot mistake,he didn't follow the landing procedure ....

  29. cybersquire

    cybersquireپیش 5 ساعت

    We still have a long way to go before we have definitive answers, but this data sketches a frightening picture. 7,000 fpm descent? I wouldn't want to do that in a fighter, much less an Airbus.

  30. Hamish Davidson

    Hamish Davidsonپیش 5 ساعت

    How does the Airline allow this? Are there no FDA and a corporate safety department or overwatch. Most companies this is wilful neglect of SOP instant licence disqualification and even jail time. Ridiculous

  31. An0nim0u5

    An0nim0u5پیش 5 ساعت


  32. Weldon Young

    Weldon Youngپیش 5 ساعت

    blancolirio , should you see this - I just watch a IRgos video about this flight from TheFlightChannel. It has more of the cockpit's communications with controllers. The dialogue even before the decent sounds 'funny' to me. Given the very-odd behaviour of these flight, have you considered that the crew could be suffering from low oxygen levels, i.e., there was a cabin pressurization problem. With the crew using a delayed decent to the airfield wouldn't recovery from oxygen deprivation be delayed ?

  33. MyOLD36chevy

    MyOLD36chevyپیش 5 ساعت

    Just for your information there was a commercial at the beginning and end of this video. And the last one I think.

  34. Aijaz Ahmed

    Aijaz Ahmedپیش 5 ساعت

    I want to know why did they not lower the landing gears . There was no indication of gears malfunction on first attempt. Did they forget to lower gears? I'm curious

  35. Gustav Skans

    Gustav Skansپیش 6 ساعت

    Now why is this not being followed by the lame mainstream media?!Thanks for helping out with excellent reporting. How can they demonetise something so important? Shame on IRgos. And yet why should pesky commercials still pop up? Pure evil.

  36. txkflier

    txkflierپیش 6 ساعت

    Juan, look at the descent rate 20 minutes out on the flight five days earlier. Reckon who was flying that day?

  37. Frank Huber

    Frank Huberپیش 6 ساعت

    Actually pretty close to my revised scenario on the last video... two things now, we are still not sure if he deployed landing gear and retracted when he realized that he was too far down the runway, and second, I need to study up on how flap settings may have deprived him of the lift needed to arrest his rate of descent even at some higher speed. He may well have been surprised at how much the aircraft's actual path deviated from his own expectations, I doubt very much that pilots practice zooming down toward the ground like some madman with oh just whatever flap setting they can find to set off the most alarms. I'm really looking forward to what's on the black box and the voice recorder...

  38. Joel T

    Joel Tپیش 6 ساعت

    So the chime warning we hear on the ATC recording was not the landing gear but they were exceeding all kinds of parameters

  39. Shannon K

    Shannon Kپیش 6 ساعت

    What is the reason for youtube demonetizing these news feeds Juan?

  40. alexander kamerbeek

    alexander kamerbeekپیش 6 ساعت

    What if they planned for a full procedure (arrival and approach) and didn't adjust for the visual approach? I can see how that can bring them high if they then accept a visual approach.

  41. Iain

    Iainپیش 6 ساعت

    It’s literately beyond belief that this took place!

  42. Robert Freeburg

    Robert Freeburgپیش 6 ساعت

    on the Airbus if you are above 260k and mover the gear handle, will it move and stay in the "down" position while giving the warning alarm and not showing 3 green? If it stays in the down position and the a/s reduces to below 260k, will the gear come down or do you have to recycle the gear lever to lower the gear?

  43. Arkadeep Kundu

    Arkadeep Kunduپیش 6 ساعت

    Yeah. Like the hippies used to say, *If you're high, you're high* Just didn't expect it to be piloting advice.

  44. J M N

    J M Nپیش 6 ساعت

    What about ATC?

  45. Mohamed Sinclair

    Mohamed Sinclairپیش 6 ساعت

    This makes you think whether this sort of approach was commonplace amongst PIA pilots or this crew. Well worth investigating further I suspect.

  46. vidznstuff1

    vidznstuff1پیش 6 ساعت

    My bet is that the crew was trying to get ahead of another plane for landing sequencing. That is the ONLY explanation for a dive onto the glideslope. Pre-armed with a gear-down (you can hear the overspeed horn), rapid descent onto glideslope to get ahead of other planes, kill speed, gear drops on its own...for some reason, it didn't this time. My bet is a stuck gear overspeed switch is why they got screwed with an engines-down landing.

  47. euroblues2

    euroblues2پیش 6 ساعت

    I assume that these pilots knew all the things you mention. Then the question remains, why could they not comply with the regulations? And why was the landing gear out on the second aproach but not on the first one? RAT?

  48. Ivan Grozny

    Ivan Groznyپیش 6 ساعت

    They just left gear lever down and plane lowered the gear before crash, I remember seeing it in the news footage. If they pulled it up, there would not have been a crash.

  49. Brandon H

    Brandon Hپیش 6 ساعت

    Wow, looks like a deathtrap to me!

  50. Criq deKuyper

    Criq deKuyperپیش 6 ساعت

    Hmmm, maybe just wait for the final investigation report.

  51. Shop Art

    Shop Artپیش 6 ساعت

    How many total time hours each pilot and how many type rated hours. I would bet low time each. This is a very strange approach for a season pilot to make.

  52. Lohi Karhu

    Lohi Karhuپیش 6 ساعت

    I was wondering if this screaming fast approach/descent was an attempt to meet schedule, or had become SOP for this flight or crew? Also, in hearing that "dinging" warning, wondered if it the same for overspeed, gear not down, or just how many faults have the same audio warning? For 'normal' piloting, this flight profile looks more like an F-xx than an A-xxx. Tragic day for many, many people. Not aviation, but, for some perspective: 7x more deaths *yesterday* in USA from covid-19 :-(

  53. Daniel Cantrell

    Daniel Cantrellپیش 6 ساعت

    Hello all and I hope all is well. My first experience here was Oroville dam coverage. What a ride this turned in to. Thank you for your knowledge and expertise Mr. Brown along with your ability to teach us how to learn.

  54. D C

    D Cپیش 6 ساعت

    As the saying goes there are old pilot's and bold pilot's, there are very few old bold pilot's absolutely shocking how this aircraft was operated typical for the region as many have said, The Captain must not be criticised under any circumstances.

  55. Nigel Scott

    Nigel Scottپیش 6 ساعت

    Looks like the pilots got it horribly wrong, such a tragedy.

  56. ymkrt

    ymkrtپیش 6 ساعت

    Here is a link that video.....

  57. Toots RR1

    Toots RR1پیش 6 ساعت

    Saw this on the Flight Channel with the actual Pilot & Airport Communications The Pilot had a Big " l know it all Ego " & many pay the Ultimate PRICE except 2 RIP

  58. Dave Uggla

    Dave Ugglaپیش 6 ساعت

    One thing that occurred to me while watching this update, which I had not seen discussed before, is that there were probably several elements of their unstable approach that would have triggered the CRC (chime). And they were probably ignoring that because they knew that they were chasing an unstable approach. So adding the failed landing gear deployment, for whatever reason, would not have changed the CRC that they were already ignoring. Just a speculation, but coupled with the tunnel vision on rescuing the approach may explain why they did not heed the gear warning and proceeded to touch down. (I see that possibility was mentioned two layers deep earlier.)

  59. Scott Toner

    Scott Tonerپیش 6 ساعت

    Hmmm... practicing/demo of tactical decent into hostile environment?

  60. Michael Springer

    Michael Springerپیش 6 ساعت

    I heard the crew respond on the audio with control " we are comfortable now" just before they are cleared to land. I wonder what was said before that? Thanks for keeping us updated, this is a mystery to me.

  61. cracktaur

    cracktaurپیش 6 ساعت

    Holy shit. How come during the scrape-and-go the altitude is still reporting at what looks like 100-200 ft?

  62. benz500r

    benz500rپیش 6 ساعت

    Apparently, those airlines don't have the same kind of skilled pilots as we do in US. In this case the tower should have told them that the rate of descent was unacceptable and make them go around. Maybe the new computer systems will give that data to the flight controllers to warn the pilots.

  63. Amarjeet Singh

    Amarjeet Singhپیش 6 ساعت

    If true, it is a highly reckless manoeuvre that the pilot attempted. 1. What gave the pilot so much confidence to execute this dive to land manoeuvre? 2. Flight data of other flights need to be examined to see if this is a one-off or it has been done before. The record of this pilot and of other pilots need looking into; also other airlines landing at Karachi.

  64. Pistol Packing Pilot

    Pistol Packing Pilotپیش 6 ساعت

    This is hard to fathom - how a trained airline crew could elect to continue an approach like this. I’m expecting the CVR to highlight a tremendous amount of human factors and CRM that likely played a very significant part in this tragedy.

  65. Jim Ham

    Jim Hamپیش 6 ساعت

    To sum it up they tried to force land the plane when it absolutely didn't want to, then they compounded this by trying to fly the plane when it was no longer able to.

  66. Realthinx

    Realthinxپیش 6 ساعت

    Thats everyones approach profile when you are new to flight simulation and have no clue about limits or how to properly operate the aircraft. Just incredible. Even more bizarre, both pilots had well over 4000+ hrs in the A320. This cant be just a screw up, can it

  67. Steve Kennett

    Steve Kennettپیش 6 ساعت

    So want to hear the CVR.

  68. Ahsan Shah

    Ahsan Shahپیش 6 ساعت

    Mere suggestion to a Pakiatani that it might be a pilot error enrages them to the point that they start shouting loudly, slur their speech, squint their eyes close and nearly pass out. I'm a Pakiatani after watching whole series of blacolirio, it does look like a pilot error.

  69. Hendrick

    Hendrickپیش 6 ساعت

    I am not a pilot, but how can, supposedly trained pilots, get them self into this mess. I thought their is warnings, checks lists and safety measures in place? What the hell were the pilots thinking or doing?

  70. Irteza Siddique

    Irteza Siddiqueپیش 6 ساعت

    Two human and cultural factors might have contributed to the decisions that led to crash. 1. Crew resource management. Pakistan and perhaps Asia in general has a very hierarchical environment in the cockpit. A first officer is unlikely to challenge the actions of a more experienced and "Senior" Captain. This was considered a factor in an Air Blue A320 crash in Islamabad a few years ago. In contrast to the European or American Air traffic controllers Asian controllers seem to be meek and tend to go along with whatever air crews report or request. They do not challenge the crew's decisions. ATC was just silent when clearly the aircraft was way too high to land in the first attempt. These issues were also highlighted in some other crashes like those of Korean Air and PIA in Nepal.

  71. John Leinen

    John Leinenپیش 6 ساعت

    Typical islamic cavalier attitude , this flight is in allahs hands is there excuse.


    DOC HODGESپیش 6 ساعت

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  73. dahobbs9

    dahobbs9پیش 6 ساعت

    Excellent detailed information.. btw Screw IRgos censorship has gotten Pathetic!!

  74. sabbottart

    sabbottartپیش 6 ساعت

    And these were experienced pilots with thousands of hours. They must have forgotten to initiate the landing cycle in a timely manner. What distracted them? We need the CVR.

  75. Ali

    Aliپیش 6 ساعت

    Great analysis. Plane crashes due to pilot error. Lack of professionalism. Whether they admit it or not, we all know the truth!

  76. Thomas Mortimore

    Thomas Mortimoreپیش 6 ساعت

    This is how a belly landing should be done

  77. Mister Abdul

    Mister Abdulپیش 6 ساعت

    My house located close to site of incident, and always find all airlines making very gentle approach towards the runway from long distance except PIA whose aircraft are mostly over-speeding while landing and I had always feared such an eventuality. But my imaginations limited me to expecting overshooting incident some day by PIA at the other end of this runway but this captain was double stupid to do such an insane thing. Secondly had he tried to land on the right runway, then he could have easily avoided this populated area and landed in empty cantt area at least avoiding damage on ground which he could easily see from the air.. Just appears, the captain had gone mad.

  78. Chad Andrews

    Chad Andrewsپیش 6 ساعت

    Thank you for the interesting analysis and information about speed ,glide slopes etc.

  79. I dance for pennies

    I dance for penniesپیش 6 ساعت

    The Aviation Herald is reporting that the electronics of the CVR are missing, only the casing has been found.

  80. Paul Rourke

    Paul Rourkeپیش 6 ساعت

    Only just found this Episode, Bloody Brilliant from Melbourne, Australia.

  81. Richi Rich

    Richi Richپیش 6 ساعت

    Is the 'Ping Ping' alarm unique to Gear up? Seems either he had a malfuntioning alarm he wanted to ignore.. or he expected the Ping Ping to stop & gear to drop when he eventually slowed at freshold. No fatalities on the ground is remarkable so perhaps his last actions were noble.

  82. Lu Bik

    Lu Bikپیش 6 ساعت

    Wondering what made the pilot not to lower the plane when it should have been?

  83. ed p

    ed pپیش 6 ساعت

    Great video. I was wondering about the approach profile for this flight. Thank you for a fact based presentation. I think the root cause of this accident occurred 10 miles out at 8000 feet altitude. Casually entering a steep descent of 4000-7000 fpm indicates a systemic problem in the crew training. That sort of an approach should just never be done in commercial passenger transport. I would like to know if this happens a lot at this airline, or at any other airline around the world. This was a PREVENTABLE accident.

  84. Charles L. Brown

    Charles L. Brownپیش 6 ساعت

    What was the crew thinking about all those lives in their hands and they are flying crazy wow thanks for the update Juan.

  85. Rafael Castillo

    Rafael Castilloپیش 6 ساعت

    RIP All Passengers, that perish.

  86. ymkrt

    ymkrtپیش 6 ساعت

    Now that’s very interesting indeed because I have watched another video on YT where a couple driving by at the time could possibly be referring to this abnormal actual footage of this but the lady can clearly be heard saying to her partner “I told you it didn’t seem right, I told you it was going to crash....OMG”......possibly were in close proximity to have heard the explosion upon impact as they then proceeded to the place of crash landing

  87. Joe N

    Joe Nپیش 6 ساعت

    Thank you again for presenting evidence. It's gonna be a while, but I will be very interested to see the final NTSB report for this. Probably a few years off, but I trust that truth will prevail.

  88. RobisonRacing68

    RobisonRacing68پیش 6 ساعت

    I knew that profile was wonky...

  89. Hasan Sadruddin

    Hasan Sadruddinپیش 6 ساعت

    Just out of curiosity, are you a pilot? If so what do you fly?

  90. Siddhartha Siripragada

    Siddhartha Siripragadaپیش 6 ساعت

    I don't want to blame but this was might happened because of pilot mistakes below are the reasons could be 1, Pilot might forgot the landing gare for the first time as you can see in pictures landing gare was opened second time that is reason he might go for turn around. 2, There is no way engine will be same as intact after belly landing go around is wrong approach we could save more people in the first time belly landing possibly. 3, looks like flyte is more spead than usual reason why landing gear was not opened. 4,3,Pilot might realized after belly landing that there is no landing gare and he is not aware of damaged engines. he should not go for go around as you can only do belly landing once for all. I don't have any intention to disrespect on pilot but I was deeply hurted due to this incident hopefully being will take care all the possible precautions going forward.

  91. A J

    A Jپیش 6 ساعت

    Should have gone inverted to lose that altitude

  92. Yash Ghoda

    Yash Ghodaپیش 6 ساعت

    Is it possible that they might have faulty air data sensors and they failed to notice it?

  93. Danny B

    Danny Bپیش 6 ساعت

    7,000 foot descent. Wow. Planes feel like rockets climbing at 4,000 ft/m.... even if that.... must have been like a roller coaster going straight down.

  94. Starte Christ

    Starte Christپیش 6 ساعت


  95. Jon Ryno

    Jon Rynoپیش 6 ساعت

    4:02 *Hell, they were still at 7,000 ft 2 MINUTES before touchdown!*

  96. Nescon Productions

    Nescon Productionsپیش 6 ساعت

    To piggyback on discussion that Juan had with Mentour Pilot a few days ago it would seem due to the PIA flights high decent rate caused aircraft's airspeed to be over 250 knots (the highest allowable speed that an A320 landing gear would deploy) and (another) reason for chime in the background as heard in the pilots communication with the ATC just prior to their first attempted landing. I'm assuming the lever to deploy the landing gear could be moved but the gear just wouldn't go down (& no 3 green lights indicating the gear was down). Guess (?) possible gear was on the way down just prior to landing, but doesn't seem any evidence of this on the runway (just scrape marks where engines hit). Side note found (from Airbus) documentation regarding landing parameters of the A320 (see here: ). Saw on another site someone speculate that due to Ramadan the pilots may have not eaten during the day (low blood sugar can impair judgement & motor function). Don't know if the pilots were Muslim & even if they were someone else pointed out that due the distance the pilots traveled they would have allowed to eat according to Islamic law / custom. Not pointing fingers just one possible explanation for the seemingly erratic flying by the pilots. PS - Can only hope that camera footage from the airport will (someday) become available.

  97. Classic Trials Channel

    Classic Trials Channelپیش 6 ساعت

    Clearly, the captain didn't listen to the copilot or the copilot did feel comfortable telling their top captain that he was in the wrong and to go around.

  98. Mister Abdul

    Mister Abdulپیش 6 ساعت

    From hour one we know that it was just stupidity of the captain who came so fast & high and even than landed without lowering the landing gear, and came to know when his engines bumped into ground knocking out both and this insane captain still tried to go around and was reporting all fine while his engines been already knocked out. So its all Captains fault who killed 97 humans with his stupidity. Recommendation, PIA has lost all professionalism due to unions and associations and MUST be disbanded. Remember similar stupid piolet of PIA had rammed his Air blue plane into margalla hills in Islamabad few years ago that too ignoring ATC warnings. Both these piolets should be charged for murdering all these humans besides causing these tragedies .

  99. Bert Blankenstein

    Bert Blankensteinپیش 6 ساعت

    Why did they just not admit they messed up the approach, and go around? Seems rather simple. Was there something else going on? So foolish and sad.

  100. Mike Schultze

    Mike Schultzeپیش 6 ساعت

    To everyone commenting about IRgos Demonetization please google "Terms & Conditions" for applying demonetization. IRgos clearly states recent postings about death or dying may be demonized. Most COVID 19 reporting would fall into this category. If IRgos isn't applying the rules fairly then you have a basis for Class Action Lawsuit. Having said all this, I don't want IRgos to post death videos but news is news so if its good for TV then the income should be earned by the creator from views & ads.