Caught On! New Magazine Launches: Fun, Frights, Fools and Favorites Caught on Video

A forklift driver flattens a warehouse in seconds; a raptor invades an office, terrifying workers; cops breakdance on duty; the world's dumbest criminals show us how not to commit a crime—all these fun-lovers, fools, frightened bystanders and favorite people are caught on video on a new website zine Caught On!

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Caught On zine showcases those special, fun, scary, candid, freaky moments captured by home and business security cameras, street cameras, surveillance videos or cell-phones.

On our site, criminals are caught with home and business cameras. Children and pets are caught in the most precious moments. Contractors are caught cheating homeowners.

Toronto, ON (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

Caught On! Magazine is already drawing visitors by the hundreds each day to witness the funniest, stupidest, creepiest, scariest and sweetest moments caught on camera.

"Cameras are pervasive in today's society," said editor Lucy Park, explaining the popularity of the newly launched website. "On our site, criminals are caught with home and business cameras. Children and pets are caught in the most precious moments. Contractors are caught cheating homeowners."

Although the hilarity of the videos, and the general tone of the editorial coverage might seem light, "There's a big crime-solving and social responsibility aspect to this content," said the editor. "With more and more homes and businesses monitored with cameras, crimes are solved or prevented. We show some of the world's most idiotic criminals on our site—like the guy who heists a car in front of the police department, witnessed by dozens of cops."

There's also a safety aspect, with Caught On! showcasing unsafe workplaces, such as the spectacular breaking news story of the forklift operator who demolishes a warehouse in seconds.

The already popular site breaks its video candid moments and reporting into categories "that we think people will focus on," said Lucy Park, including:

  • Animals
  • Contractors and nanny cams    
  • Stupid criminals
  • Heroes    
  • Kids    
  • Pranks    
  • Real or faked (challenging the visitor to guess if the video is real or fake)
  • Shocking moments
  • Tender moments

About Caught On! Magazine
Caught on video! Caught On zine showcases those special, fun, scary, candid, freaky moments captured by home and business security cameras, street cameras, surveillance videos or cell-phones. Caught On! Pervasive cameras have changed our world. We are more secure today, because of them. We also capture more of life’s treasured moments, thanks to cameras everywhere. Our phones have cameras. Street corners, stores, businesses and subways all have them. Increasingly, more and more homes have them—and not just at the door for security, but throughout the house.

Heros, the world’s stupidest criminals, funniest animals, most precious moments, gags, dishonest contractors, cute kids and more are featured here, thanks to the ubiquitous cameras that populate our lives. With more and more homes surveilled by camera, through the cloud, criminals are apprehended in higher numbers. From the office, we can peak into our homes to see how our beloved pooch is behaving. Through our iPhone or smartphone we can check in on the kids from anywhere, through the cameras installed in the house. We can even check up on contractors and babysitters.

The advent of Citizen Journalism is largely credited to the video. From the assassination of JFK, caught on camera, citizen journalism has become a real force in media. Now, with cameras literally everywhere, all of life’s most splendid, scary and serene moments are captured for history, personal enjoyment or criminal investigation.

Caught On! is dedicated to showcasing the best of the funs, frights, fools and favorites on video. Visit us often, subscribe to our ezine and share our stories.

Caught On! is a publication and website of Zines Online.


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