Dan Bickley’s work-from-home studio needed a sign on the door
Many Americans have been forced work from home as the coronavirus has us practicing social distancing. The hosts on Arizona Sports are no different.
Burns & Gambo were seen Tuesday in a TikTok video jumping on a trampoline, playing cornhole and Fortnite and having a catch with a baseball. They later aired their show live from Gambo’s backyard.
Dan Bickley, co-host of Bickley & Marotta, started his work-from-home on Wednesday. And his wife, Tamara Bickley, posted a photo on Twitter showing a door with a sign that reads, “ON AIR! Do not disturb.”
“Here’s what broadcasting from home looks like,” Tamara Bickley wrote. “Good thing you can’t see me telling my kids for the 100th time to be quiet!”
Bickley, whose show with Vince Marotta airs daily from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 98.7 FM, is used to broadcasting from the Ak Chin Community Studios, located within Arizona Sports‘ office in Phoenix. But many members of our work community have begun to perform their duties remotely.
“I don’t even know how to begin the show when I’m broadcasting from my office,” Bickley said at the start of Wednesday’s show. “[But] people don’t really know where we broadcast from anyways.”
Alluding to the aforementioned Burns & Gambo video, Bickley said he does not have a trampoline in his backyard or a cornhole set.
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