An Artist Shows What Anchors Look Like When Reporting Bad News

By Kevin Eck 

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If you’re an anchor and you wonder what you look like in a freeze frame when you’re delivering tragic news, Fast Company highlights an artist’s work that does just that. Click here to view the slideshow. (scroll across to see them all)

Called Death Reporters by Jure Kastelic, the shots “range from overly dramatic expressions of woe to ill-timed winning smiles, with various shades of near-laughter in between.”

I know there’s something deeper in there, but it’s hard to draw it out, short-form style, here. For now, we file it under “things to think about.”