| By Revia Romberg |
W.C. Fields said you should never work with animals and small children. This is advice that anyone who works in front of a camera should keep in mind. And that’s especially true for TV journalists, given the range of their possible interview subjects on any given news day.
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The reporter in this video learned that lesson the hard way — and would have undoubtedly preferred a less up-close-and-personal engagement with his guest. Play the video
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