Celebrity·Posted on Mar 28, 202019 TV Reporters Who Struggled To Broadcast From Home In The Most Hilarious Ways"So it has been a week since...oh, this is my cat!"by Mike SpohrBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Kim Powell — a reporter for CBS in Arizona — had her cat walk right in front of her at-home broadcast: Kim Powell @KimPowellTV Been working from home the last few days. Turns out one of my coworkers doesn’t understand personal space! #QuarantineCats up to no good! #azfamily 05:34 AM - 20 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite "So it has been a week since...this is my cat...those are the perks from working from home!" CBS 2. Charley Belcher of Good Day Tampa Bay had to hold his nervous dog during his segment: Charley Belcher FOX @CharleyBelcher Reporting from home means you still have to take care of your “kids.” Bowser got a little nervous after my wife had to go into work today...and he jumped into my lap right before a live shot! Gotta love live TV! #AllInThisTogether #WorkFromHome 12:58 PM - 26 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 3. And Hobie Artigue — the sports guy for Minnesota's Fox news station — had his very large dog Boris crawl into his lap seconds before his live segment: Hobie Artigue @HobieFOX9 When your gargantuan dog crawls in your lap right before a @FOX9 live shot, sometimes you just gotta go with it... Thanks for rolling with things, @kscullinfox9! 11:07 PM - 20 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 4. Arkansas' KATV News reporter Shelby Rose used a little catnip to keep her kitty, Zooey, busy while mom worked: Shelby Rose @KATVShelby My cat Zooey doesn’t understand personal space & meows every two seconds, so @brianemfinger thought of a way to keep her preoccupied during our live shot last night. Enjoy😂 05:37 PM - 26 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 5. CBS Boston news anchor Chris McKinnon had his live shot crashed by Dougie the dog: Sean Barnacoat @BarnacoatWBZ the moment when @chrisWBZ's dog Dougie crashed his at-home liveshot today during @WBZ This Morning! 12:36 PM - 27 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 6. Joy Wang from KOB 4 Eyewitness News had no problem with her new "coworker" who slept through the whole thing: Joy Wang @JoyKOB First LIVESHOT on a cell phone. From home. New coworker was unimpressed. Slept through the whole thing. #StayHome4NM 04:45 AM - 27 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 7. MSNBC analyst Peter Baker had his dog videobomb his on-air appearance: Anand Giridharadas @AnandWrites Congrats to @peterbakernyt for creating a worthy successor to BBC Dad, this time with his pet dog. 11:43 PM - 23 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Look at that tail wag! Mel @MelRod926 @AnandWrites @peterbakernyt I grabbed a video, made me smile 12:00 AM - 24 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 8. ABC Tampa Bay's meteorologist Jason Adams had his cat Ninja run behind him before he could get to the weather: Jason Adams @JasonAdamsWFTS Ninja!! 😹😹😹 https://t.co/6dzDR1erqM 10:28 AM - 27 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 9. And PBS News Hour's William Brangham went live with his cat slumbering peacefully in the background: William Brangham @WmBrangham That sly girl snuck into the shot without me even noticing... 😼 https://t.co/dzXUjO0biQ 04:49 PM - 25 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Awwwww: Twitter: @WmBrangham 10. CBS Denver's Makenzie O'Keefe, meanwhile, had to put up a sign warning family members NOT to enter the room while she was on-air: Makenzie O'Keefe @makenziepokeefe At @CBSDenver were doing our part as reporters to work remotely, or in my case tonight, from my home! Had to play it safe during the live shot 😂 #COVID19Colorado #StayHome 12:23 AM - 24 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 11. NBC News' Kate Snow managed to DIY her hair and makeup: Kate Snow @tvkatesnow Getting ready for my first at-home liveshot @todayshow. (It takes a lot. I miss the pro help). My story this morn is about retirees, students and medical professionals who haven’t been in a hospital for a while now jumping in to help with coronavirus. #HeedingTheCall 10:54 AM - 26 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 12. And First Coast News' Heather Crawford used her kiddo as a stand-in while setting up the shot: Heather Crawford @HeatherFCN First night working from home. First time running my own live shot. See you at 11pm on First Coast News. #newreality @FCN2go 01:17 AM - 24 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 13. CBS News' Jericka Duncan managed to MacGyver a tripod for her segment: Jericka Duncan @Jerickaduncan You do what you have to do to cover the story. #liveshot #prayingforpeace 02:09 PM - 24 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 14. While News 5 Cleveland's Jade Jarvis did the same to get passable lighting: Jade Jarvis @jadejarvisTV My super high-tech live shot set up this morning #WFH 09:51 AM - 26 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 15. KCEN News' Nick Canizales had to go live from the game room (but as a sports reporter, it worked!): Nick Canizales @NickCanizales When you have to work from home, the only place suitable for a LIVE shot is the game room! 02:02 AM - 21 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 16. While WMAZ News' Kayla Solomon did a healthy eating segment live from...her kitchen: Kayla Solomon @KSolomonReports First at home live shot complete ✅ 09:48 PM - 25 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 17. And Ira Glass of This American Life recorded his show from his new "closet studio": Ira Glass @iraglass Recording this week’s show (well, I closed the closet doors while I read my narration). @ThisAmerLife 04:05 PM - 22 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 18. But really, all of these reporters handled the challenge like the pros they are — here's WCNC Charlotte's Vanessa Ruffes using her deck to put the skyline in the background: Lucas Bogg @LucasBoggPhotog Live shots at home part II - Nightside edition. @VanessaRuffes @wcnc 02:51 AM - 20 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 19. And here's NBC Los Angeles meteorologist Shanna Mendiola flawlessly using an at-home green screen: Brian Tong @briantong This is WILD! When your lady’s the first meteorologist ever with a freakin’ WEATHER CENTER inside the apartment! #SaferAtHome #ShelterInPlace #CoronavirusLockdown #COVID19 @ShannaNBCLA @nbcla 01:42 PM - 24 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Keep up the good work, everyone! And stay safe!