Home television studios

Journalists and TV hosts are broadcasting from home to continue working. ABC News’ Will Ganss has the story from his own living room.
2:08 | 03/25/20

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Going live from your own home is always a risk. Nothing monitor children's just quote enemies but now more than ever journalists are needing to do just that this traffic reporter in Chicago getting creative with her morning report. Traffic but their. Even those Atmel reports that look like they're coming from the studio this as an actor not with these. Agency providing. Look at life and her camera a followed her laptop. Stacked on top of some board games. And her stagehands. Adorable still takes a lot to get the shot picture yeah I mean there won't Hudson. Erica the three desperate one of those phones connected back to the control room were summoned to make sure shot looks died. Yesterday a producer bloody week our friend in as eloquent targets line. Our and the man in the ring lights and pulled stands most journalists are able does care a pretty decent shot or we can't but it is going to be a beautiful day and let's be on. Give the rest of us a little peek at what their houses look like public Johnson's living room all white black ops at Yale. Great reporter a degree decor to see it. Those all white walls to be a favorite. Actor at throwing in a white orchids acts and Kelly written legally live in front of her white walls and pointy bases. A. Like good good job need to look at the background of winning Williams whose lives don't feel loved dance. And the view from Steve Nicol bears sports is. That. Also appear among the trees because our round FaceBook the viruses or French stairs. His view of not bad but the rest of us are doing their best you know and I got to step up my decor game hit reporters and I think the plastic off a capsule.

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