ATLANTA -- You see our reporters on-air and out in the field all the time. Many viewers already have an idea of what a typical day is for a reporter, but the roles are changing and there is a new type of journalist emerging.
They're often called MMJs, "one-man-bands," or even backpack journalists, and they wear multiple hats every day.
These reporters shoot, write, and edit all of their stories. No more large camera crews, just a news junkie and their gear! It's a look behind the lens that we almost never get to see.
Lionel Moise takes you 'Behind the Scenes,' with Multimedia Journalist Blayne Alexander.