is turning 40
When Scotty Morrison began fronting Te Karere back in 2002, it was still being broadcast with almost as minimal a setup as the show’s very first episodes, produced and presented by Derek Fox 20 years earlier in 1982.
“I would go into the studio, there would be one camera sitting in front of me and a desk about the size of the old school desks with a felt carpet top and a microphone sticking out,” remembers Morrison.
“That’s where I would present from – sit down in the chair and present straight down the lens. So it’s come a long way since then,” he laughs.
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