Quita Culpepper Biography, Age, Husband, Career, KVUE News And Twitter

Quita Culpepper Biography

Quita Culpepper is an American journalist working as an anchor for KVUE News located in Austin, Texas, USA.

At the point when she’s not behind the work area or pursuing a story; Quita appreciates unrecorded music, investing energy with her family, comic books, breakfast tacos and a decent round of laser tag.

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Quita Culpepper Career | Quita Culpepper KVUE News

Quita Culpepper is a grapple at KVUE in Austin, Texas. Quita is one of Austin’s most celebrated and confided in TV writers. Since moving to Austin at 13 years old, the city has turned into her home; sharing the tales of the network has turned out to be perhaps the greatest energy.

Quita earned her first TV work in Austin, and during her time reporting in real-time, she’s been respected with various honors and awards. She previously arrived on the Austin Chronicle’s “Best of Austin” list in 1999, when she was named “Best TV Reporter.”

She’s been on the rundown multiple times from that point forward and in 2015, Austin Way Magazine named her one of its “8 Influential Austin Women.” With over 15 years of experience, Quita has met everybody from the President of the United States to the man who works behind the counter at her preferred café.

She’s even shown up on the cinema in the motion pictures, “Bernie,” “The Quiet,” and “Stall.” Quita said there will never be been a dull minute in her time as a columnist. She feels blessed to work with such an extraordinary gathering of individuals consistently at KVUE.

At the point when she’s not behind the work area or pursuing a story; Quita appreciates unrecorded music, investing energy with her family, comic books, breakfast tacos and a decent round of laser tag.

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Does It Work: The HD Mirror Cam rearview mirror dashcam

If you drive, you’ve seen accidents, or red light runners – maybe even had a grocery cart hit your car. Wouldn’t you love to have a way to record what happened and protect yourself?

One product claims it can turn your rearview mirror into a dashcam instantly.

KVUE put the HD Mirror Cam to the test in Does It Work Wednesday.

With a rotating camera and night vision, it’s ready to record instantly. It even comes with an SD card.

The HD Mirror Cam looks like a rearview mirror. It installs in seconds – plugs it into your car power outlet and slips it securely it over the car’s rearview mirror.

When you start your car, the HD Mirror Cam automatically turns on. The camera rotates 360 degrees so you can turn it to see yourself, the back seat and in front.

I’m trying to access the product’s menu to look at night vision and other things, but my mirror cam freaks out and freezes up and I’m getting hot under the collar.

I call HD Mirror Cam central. The helpful telephone man has me press the reset button, then I have to let the battery charge for a couple of hours – so you can’t use it right away.

Soon I’m ready to try again. This time it works just fine.

I adjust for daytime, the volume and more, then it’s time to go.

The Mirror Cam records in five-, 10- or 15-minute increments. I give it a try for a while and KVUE photographer Scott also uses it while he’s out and about during the day and at night. The quality is OK but it’s not HD.

I adjust for daytime, the volume and more, then it’s time to go.

The Mirror Cam records in five-, 10- or 15-minute increments. I give it a try for a while and KVUE photographer Scott also uses it while he’s out and about during the day and at night. The quality is OK but it’s not HD.

While it’s easy to find and play clips back, this product still has some problems. It promised me an SD card, but wait, in tiny little letters inside: there’s no SD card included.

It said it was ready to work right out of the box – that did not go well. HD Mirror Cam gets a thumb in the middle.