How Have You Upgraded Your Makeshift Home Studio?

By A.J. Katz 

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For the first installment of our #AskNewsers feature, we caught up with newscasters and producers who had just started working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, and got their advice on best practices and their overall experience during that first week.

Last week, we spoke with a number of newsers who continue to work in the office or studio, getting their advice and insights about how they’re staying safe and healthy in this new workplace environment.

For the third installment of our #AskNewsers feature, we want to hear from those of you who have been broadcasting or producing from home for a couple weeks now, and learn about the upgrades you’ve made to your makeshift home studios since those early days. What equipment have you received that you didn’t have at the outset? Is broadcasting from home getting easier? Harder?

In order to send us information about the upgrades you’ve made to your makeshift home studio, email us at—or post advice on your Twitter account, using the hashtag #AskNewsers—and we’ll share everyone’s best tips next week.