The idea that a reporter's name can be changed (from Sally to Tally) at the last minute via a script on the teleprompter is preposterous. A seasoned anchor like Marcia would see it, assume it was a typo, and say the original name.
Tally is supposedly in the prison with one camera, yet shots beamed live from her include shots of her camera crew holding a camera. In addition we see cutting of shots between Tally and Fernando as if there were two cameras there.
When the film was made, in 1996, the idea that a TV crew inside a prison could beam images from a 'portable' transmit unit (let alone return audio to the journalist from the TV truck), was pure imagination. Even modern-day portable units cannot break through concrete and steel - especially the amount that one would find in a prison.
The goof item below may give away important plot points.
After the party where Tally finds out Warren is dead, Tally and Warren's ex-wife are at the airport where the casket is brought (they're both in dark colored tailored suits). Right after that, we see a scene with Tally and Ned, where they are wearing the same clothes that they were wearing at the party, while Tally sits at a desk in her apartment.