Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

News Anchor Was Caught On Camera With An ‘Object’ Between Her Legs… OOPS.

Producing a daily news cast requires a whole group of talented and experienced people. From the journalists, content writers, camerapersons, graphic designers, teleprompter, to the audio technicians, everyone works as a team to ensure a perfect broadcast is delivered to its viewers.

Every once in a while, even the most accomplished broadcasting crew make mistakes for everyone to see. It’s worse when the blunders become infamous after it’s shared online. We have all seen our share of anchors and reporters have giggling fits on air, misspelling a word or name, and even incorrect information given for everyone to replay around the world.

When a technical error occurs, the men and women behind the scenes make a split second decision to make sure the story is still delivered to the people watching. Nonetheless, the small tech issue can be made into something bigger when a reporter is thrust on air at the last minute.

During a segment on the market on Bloomberg TV the anchor introduced reporter Sheila Dharmarajan.

The reporters desks were busy getting the stories of the day ready.

During a segment on the market on Bloomberg TV the anchor introduced reporter Sheila Dharmarajan.

When it came to market analyst Sheila Dharmarajan, everything seemed to be going smoothly.

Except, the audio began to malfunction and whatever Dharmarajan was discussing could not be heard.

When it came to market analyst Sheila Dharmarajan, everything seemed to be going smoothly.

Instead of keeping Dharmarajan talking with no one to hear her, the cameraman had to make a quick decision.

He left Dharmarajan talking while panning on to the next reporter.

Instead of keeping Dharmarajan talking with no one to hear her, the cameraman had to make a quick decision.

The camera quickly switched to market desk reporter Sara Eisen.

The only problem was that Eisen had her dress up up for viewers to see.

The camera quickly switched to market desk reporter Sara Eisen.

Eisen quickly pulled the skirt portion of the dress down without skipping a beat.

The reporter acknowledged the studio just had some technical issues.

Eisen quickly pulled the skirt portion of the dress down without skipping a beat.

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