In stage plays, the dramatists are often implored to avoid showing their back to the audience. The state of emotions emanate from the face, it appears, so the need to constantly face the audience. In theatre, inexperienced performers have to rehearse proper turning movements. TV news directors should incorporate this practise, to keep some things away from the camera eye and the viewer.
TV being a visual medium, the eyes pick up details remarkably very well, especially anything unusual on the news presenter.
That partly explains why many broadcasting stations enlist the services of a make-up artist, tasked with 'polishing' up the presenters.
But some things cannot be 'hidden' from a viewer, using even the most powerful of of make-up, and so should be carefully kept away from the camera eye.
Is there no other place female presenters can fasten their wireless mic gadgets?
The audience need not be distracted from partaking of the content, by irregular configurations on the back of news presenters.
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