anchor Lindsay Czarniak and her husband, Craig Melvin, are expecting their first child in March. show now because I use things like camouflage belts and elastic bands to help hide the microphones in the maternity pants that basically come up to my chin.Here, in the first of an occasional Longreads-inspired offerings from ESPN personalities, Lindsay shares what the first seven months of being a pregnant anchor have been like. It was pointed out to me the other day the position of the microphone/IFB pac on my back would be better suited on my side when I’m sitting at the “debate desk” because it is not ideal to have something protruding from my belly as well as my back. My director, Vic Deloureiro, has been awesome in working with me on camera angles that I’m comfortable with.
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*** I think my job as a anchor is helping me prepare for how I will need to operate my life once my baby arrives.
THIS BABY COULD COME ANY DAY.” I told him I’m pretty sure it’s not the man who’s supposed to be saying things like that. That being said, I probably had my most productive weekend of baby preparation beginning the next day.
One of my favorite moments early on was when he high-fived the doctor in the office when she confirmed that, yes, we indeed are having a baby. It stands for “sexually ambiguous” because we have chosen to not find out the sex of our child beforehand. It really dawned on me how close we are the other day when Melvin looked at me as we stood in our nursery trying to visualize our color scheme (I was doing more of that than he was) and Melvin blurted out: “WE HAVE TO GET OUR (expletive) TOGETHER. and that SAM certainly doesn’t need that kind of pressure.
I have to leave more time to get down to the studio before my 6 p.m.The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.Local media personalities, celebrities, and close friends celebrated one of D. Czarniak began her long relationship with NBC 4 as a sports reporter and weekend sports anchor when she was hired by longtime sports anchor George Michael in 2005.C.’s popular sports reporter Lindsay Czarniak at the sports bar Public, as she leaves D. In her six years on air, Lindsay has moved up in the ranks, garnering her own interview segment “Lunch with Lindsay” and helping NBC cover the 2006 Winter Games in Turin, Italy and the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing.Friday night at Public, those attending the farewell party toasted all of these accomplishments while giving Lindsay their best wishes for her next big career step at ESPN.Although this work is freely licensed or in the public domain, the person(s) shown may have rights that legally restrict certain re-uses unless those depicted consent to such uses.