‘It turned out the best location in Keith Olbermann’s apartment was his balcony,” Byram said. (Ryan Bastek/ESPN)
NFL and college football analyst Dan Orlovsky's setup: “We installed his system last Sunday and the next day he appeared on shows from 8 a.m. until midnight,” said Byram. (Shea Byram/ESPN)
Byram's team "learned on Thursday of last week at 5 p.m. that Tisha Thompson needed to be on OTL Saturday at 9 a.m. We shipped her the equipment and helped her set it up over the phone."
"First Take" commentator Max Kellerman’s studio was installed yesterday by Ryan Bastek. (Ryan Bastek/ESPN)
"First Take": (L-R) Stephen A. Smith, Molly Qerim Rose, Marcus Spears and Max Kellerman from their home studios.
“We are now wearing masks as a precaution as you see with Ryan installing the camera with Jay Williams,” said Byram. (Ryan Bastek/ESPN)
In 2018: (L to R) Nick D’Angelo (senior lighting specialist); Shea Byram (seated); Ryan Bastek; Arty Silver (Glowpoint, vendor)(Leah Morgenstern/ESPN)
"NFL Live" host Suzy Kolber speaks with home studio-situated ESPN NFL Insiders Jeff Darlington (C) and Adam Schefter.
Byram said, “[NFL reporter] Dianna Russini had a field set up, so directors worked with her remotely to find a nice background at home for air."
Former team member Leah Morgenstern "quickly jumped back in" to help, said Byram. (Ryan Bastek/ESPN)
“ESPN already had set up more than 75 bureau cams around the world including [ESPN FC soccer analyst] Frank Lebeouf’s in Paris," said Byram.
CBB analyst Jay Bilas has one of the more than 75 current remote home studios. (Shea Byram/ESPN)