- A viral video shows a news anchor trying to wrap up his broadcast before being confused by someone behind the cameras
- He starts with his goodbyes before flashing a smile and making faces
- The video was shared widely on social media with many people giving it their very best captions
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Many people wish to be on TV either as actors, news anchors or whatever, as long as it is on TV.
One thing, however, that most people do not know about TV is that it takes years of experience to master being comfortable in front of the lights and cameras.
Even people with years of experience face a lot of challenges in front of the cameras. Seeing this set of skills is something that many feel is inspiring.
A Zambian news anchor knows this perfectly well after he was caught unaware towards the end of his broadcast. Briefly.co.za recently came across a video of a yet-to-be-identified news anchor on ZNBC TV who wrapped his broadcast up in style.
In the video, the anchor is seen bidding viewers a goodbye while flashing a wide smile.
It did not take long before his smile was deleted by a moment of face-making as he tried to make faces to people behind the camera. Shame, this could not have been easy on the guy at all.
It is not yet clear who tickled the journalist while at work but judging by his eye contact, it could be the director or cameramen. This can make or break someone's confidence for sure.
The video of the exact moment was shared online by several people online with many giving it very witty captions. Some insinuated the journalist's crush was the one behind the camera and that is why he could not control his emotions.
This, however, is not the first time a news anchor was caught acting ''silly'' in front of the camera. Being in front of the camera is by no means easy. Here at home, many news anchors have at one point found themselves in weird positions after videos of themselves making fun on camera emerged.
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