Do My Job
WRAL's Kim Dean knows what it takes to report news, so she decided to investigate what others do for a living.
For the week of May 12-16, 2008, Kim took a turn in the jobs of five Triangle-area workers.
See what it really takes to be a professional gamer, a Krispy Kreme doughnut-maker, a 911 operator, a mom of multiples and an operator of the Durham Bulls baseball scoreboard.
Spend a day as video-game journalist
The Do My Job series introduces your neighbors and what they do for a living. WRAL's Kim Dean spends a day with John Gaudiosi, learning what it takes to be a video-game journalist.
Dean dives in to doughnuts
This week, WRAL Reporter Kim Dean has taken on different jobs as part of her “Do My Job” series. On Wednesday, she had her sweetest assignment to date – working at a Krispy Kreme factory.
Sit in the hot seat with 911 dispatchers
Raleigh-Wake Emergency Communications operators answered nearly 900,000 calls last year. WRAL reporter Kim Dean was issued a uniform shirt and headset and invited to spend a day with dispatchers.