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Behind the Scenes at WECT (Source: WECT)
WECT’s Bill Murray has a behind the scenes look at our news and production crews prepping for storm coverage.
Many team members leaving family behind to provide the information you need to know to stay safe. We’re sheltering in place in the WECT studios.
If you have Facetime or Skype and would like to contact us: to share your stories and how you’re doing: please contact our newsroom.
We’d love to share your experiences and information in our digital studios throughout the day.
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Someone will get back with you on how to link to the studio to chat with us via Skype or Facetime.
Wishing all of you the best as we prep now for Hurricane Florence and its arrival later today.
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