2022 sees more remote, alternate, and automated video production

Since the pandemic many news and other television productions are working remote or partially remote. Each network is different when it comes to producion. Some networks like ABC owned WLS still has anchors in the studio with social distancing guidelines. Some networks are having their weather and sports segments produced 100% remotley. 

For the past two years many networks have invested in remote production equipment such as lighthing, robotic cameras, chroma key wall setups and more. And while people have been slowly returning back to work, anchros were advised to keep their equipment at home just in case.  

According to NewscastStudio there has been many advantages of working from home for networks. Working from home redues exposure and gives employees a comrotable environtment where they don't have to wear masks.

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