There’s no camera person or producer when Semple hits the scene of a story. He single-handedly sets up, shoots and reports live. Check out this CBC video for a behind-the-scenes look.

By Nicole Blanchett Neheli, Executive Video Editor

Technology has vastly changed how reporters do their jobs, and there may be no greater example of this than Jeff Semple. He is a video journalist working in CBC’s London bureau, and he does it all. There’s no camera person or producer when Semple hits the scene of a story. He singlehandedly sets up, shoots and reports live. Check out this awesome CBC video for a behind-the-scenes look.

This video was produced by CBC and republished here with its permission.