The current coronavirus pandemic has led to a massive increase in video conferencing as reporters work from home.
It is an adjustment period for journalists who are used to their newsroom and local patch. Turning to platforms like Skype and Zoom for interviews and meetings could prove tricky.
"Think about your backdrop, what's behind you," Watson advised.
"Neutral is always better and some platforms can enable you to blur that background."
Seven tips for video meetings when working from home - I made this entirely from home, appropriately. Hopefully useful but also a little relief in these scary times. #mojo #video pic.twitter.com/6SGtOHvJXm— Dougal Shaw (@dougalshawBBC) March 24, 2020