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Marc Brown talks to Compton students for career day
COMPTON, Calif. (KABC) -- Students at a the Compton Avenue School learned about various jobs during career day on Friday.
ABC7 anchor Marc Brown participated and told students what it's like to be a TV journalist.
"It's something different every day," said Brown. "I come in to work, and it could be a completely different thing going on. It could be an earthquake, a car chase. Anybody ever see a car chase on TV?"
The Compton Avenue School students also got a chance to learn about careers with the forest service, the LAPD, the postal police and other agencies.
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