From inside an old dining room that has now been wired with no fewer than 8 flat screens, 6 cameras, a half dozen lights and 3 microphones, Leo sits and controls an entire network in the same fashion a one man band entertains at a fair.
At his left is a laptop to post images on screen and research answers, at his right is a control board for switching between cameras and adjusting audio. Over his shoulders are monitors to bring up his guests and monitor is incoming and outgoing streams. It looks confusing, but it’s dead simple. A traditional broadcaster would need nearly a dozen people to accomplish what Leo can do on his own.
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