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When most news networks closed their studios a year ago this week, writers, producers, bookers and even on-air talent shifted to working from home.

For anchors and showrunners used to barking commands in a control room, it meant finding a way to keep live television and news about the pandemic beaming onto the screens of millions of viewers -- most of whom were also stuck at home with little else to do but watch and worry.

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Lindsey Ellefson

Media reporter • lindsey.ellefson@thewrap.com • Twitter: @ellefs0n