A reporter's job is definitely not an easy one. Going to places and talking to people they wouldn't normally, or sometimes even putting themselves in harm's way to get a good story.
And all the while envying those people who work from home and have it easy. They are nice and warm while the reporters are freezing or soaking wet, waiting outside for a press release or a government official statement.
Well, now they have a chance to see for themselves what's it like working from home... And we have to admit that they are managing it pretty well while having some fun while doing it…
Reporting from home means you still have to take care of your “kids.” Bowser got a little nervous after my wife had to go into work today...and he jumped into my lap right before a live shot! Gotta love live TV! #AllInThisTogether #WorkFromHome pic.twitter.com/cLSVw4Owq6— Charley Belcher FOX (@CharleyBelcher) March 26, 2020
Ninja!! 😹😹😹 https://t.co/6dzDR1erqM— Jason Adams (@JasonAdamsWFTS) March 27, 2020
That sly girl snuck into the shot without me even noticing... 😼 https://t.co/dzXUjO0biQ— William Brangham (@WmBrangham) March 25, 2020
Getting ready for my first at-home liveshot @todayshow. (It takes a lot. I miss the pro help). My story this morn is about retirees, students and medical professionals who haven’t been in a hospital for a while now jumping in to help with coronavirus. #HeedingTheCall pic.twitter.com/6DdNAzyHVV— Kate Snow (@tvkatesnow) March 26, 2020
When you have to work from home, the only place suitable for a LIVE shot is the game room! pic.twitter.com/vWZDzEGPE2— Nick Canizales (@NickCanizales) March 21, 2020
First at home live shot complete ✅ pic.twitter.com/SZOlkt6sfx— Kayla Solomon (@KSolomonReports) March 25, 2020
This is WILD! When your lady’s the first meteorologist ever with a freakin’ WEATHER CENTER inside the apartment! #SaferAtHome #ShelterInPlace #CoronavirusLockdown #COVID19 @ShannaNBCLA @nbcla pic.twitter.com/1VVCabg3xC— Brian Tong (@briantong) March 24, 2020
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