many things I get roped in to things I volunteer to help with is a fund-raiser for a children’s cancer charity. So I was down at the local TV station to help with answering phones to do my bit. The cameraman asked if we liked being on the telly, and I said “I was horrified” (I had forgotten that I am, in fact, that old). We are there during the entire time when they do the news broadcast, and they spliced us in at random points as filler. (Sorry there are no pictures of this as I was either busy, or pretending to look busy). After it was all over I ran an eyeball over the news room.
This is where the newsreader sits while delivering the news. The news team is a man (so to speak) short because one of the team just had her baby and is on maternity leave.
The cameraman is a robot that runs along this circular track, I presume a human tells it what to do (for now).
This is the weather guy. Everyone else had buggered off, but he was sitting there still working. Looks like he was picking weather pictures for the station’s Facebook page. He is pretty decent at his job, he was the only forecaster who called it correctly.
And this was the weather that morning. But because it’s spring, it was mostly gone by noon.