We got on the job training reporting live from the Discovery Science Center. It was an early morning call of 6am. We were curious to learn what it takes to be on the news. We woke up early and headed to Santa Ana to see the New Dora the Explore Exhibit at the Discovery Science Center. Gayle Anderson would be reporting live on this particular morning telling Southern California viewer about the Dora the Explore Exhibit. It was very exciting and new.
Gayle Anderson is talking to the kids as they play inside the new Dora the Explore exhibit at the Discovery Science Center. Kids were having fun pretend playing they were in an animal hospital taking X-Ray's of the animals. Everyone took great directions and were camera friendly. I was dressed as a pirate for some reason. I guess I did not see myself in the mirror that morning. So I stayed out of the camera lens.
It was over in about (4) hours for a few minutes of tapping. Now when the kids watch the morning show they know what goes into making the news. I am glad there are people like Gayle, who like to get up early. If it was up to me to wake up at 3am to get you the news at 7am, there would be no news. I thought I was a morning person waking up at 6am. A 3am wake up is way too early for anything. Next time you turn on the news remember that they had to wake up at 3am to bring the news. Gayle your job is safe, I don't anyone who would wake up that early.
Gayle Anderson from KTLA is taking pictures with her fans.
Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Ana to visit the "DORA & DIEGO" exhibit at the Discovery Science Center (DSC), Orange County's leading...