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Like many shows navigating the new reality of social distancing, Inside Edition decided it was prudent to have the show broadcast from home. But with little prep time and lots of tech hurdles, creating a TV studio environment can be difficult. Long before the coronavirus outbreak, Inside Edition’s host Deborah Norville purchased an HD camera and a light set – never imagining she’d use it like this! Deborah takes us behind the scenes to show how she’s managed to keep the show going from home.
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