Dogs, toys makeshift prompters: How TV anchors stay-at-home
April 19, 2020
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — In this new era of social distancing and working from home, many people are getting used to meeting online. Maybe a few of us have even thought about what's on the wall behind us.
But what if your living room or kitchen was on display for thousands? Or your dog starts barking, or your spouse or kids wander into view while big chunks of the city are watching?
That's the dilemma for local TV new anchors doing the news or the weather from their homes. Although news media are considered essential businesses and therefore are exceptions to Gov. Andy Beshear's pandemic shu...