:05 – WFAA Anchor John McCaa records a teaser for the 10 p.m. newscast.
:10 – WFAA Sports Anchor Dale Hansen reads the updates for the day’s sports and Floor Director Bill Sons readies the next camera.
:14 – Cameraman Dode Vigley adjusts his rundown before it’s time to go on the air.
:19 – Cameraman Jared Phillips adjusts his camera and Sons gets ready to cue the anchors for the start of the show.
:24 – McCaa waits patiently for the commercial break to be over.
:29 – Producer Jenny Lyon and Director John Rios anticipate the D-block and review the CGs for the next story.
:38 – Sons checks how much time is left before Chief Meteorologist Pete Delkus delivers his weather forecast.
:44 – McCaa and co-anchor Cynthia Izaguirre read the opening stories for the 10 p.m. newscast.
:48 – Delkus teases his weather forecast outside of WFAA’s Victory Plaza Studio.
:52 – The on-air talent converse with each other, while the floor director cues the next camera for TV.
:58 – Delkus educates the viewing public about the weather to come.
1:09 – Sons crosses off a story on his rundown.
1:12 – McCaa and Izaguirre check their scripts for upcoming stories.
1:16 – Vigley and Phillips converse before the commercial break is over.
1:22 – The crew gets ready for the end of the newscast and Hansen’s sports update.
1:28 – McCaa and Izaguirre react to a joke told by Sons and get ready to end the newscast.
1:36 – The talent of the 10 p.m. newscast react to a joke told by Delkus.
1:41 – Hansen delivers the updates from Moyal and ends his sports segment.
1:45 – Sons alerts the talent where to look next.
1:51 – Lyon and Rios look over the details of the script for the 10 p.m. newscast.
1:54 – Sons counts down the time until the 10 p.m. newscast is over.
1:56 – Rios brings in the final CGs for the newscast and takes a 2-shot of McCaa and Izaguirre.
1:59 – Sons takes off his headset and heads out the door after a successful night of delivering the news.