In Sarah Palin’s Alaska, Who’s Behind the Camera?

By Chris Ariens 

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NYTimesAlessandra Stanley reviews “Sarah Palin’s Alaska”, the new TLC don’t-call-it-a-reality-show that debuts Sunday night. In her review, Stanley reveals who’s behind the camera for Palin’s Fox News live shots:

When she works, it doesn’t take up a great deal of time. Ms. Palin slips out of her hoodie and running shorts and into a red power blazer, dons an earpiece and talks to Fox News in a makeshift television studio next to her house as her husband, Todd, works the camera.