TV camera crews like to have interesting backdrops when conducting interviews. The interviewee also bears some responsibility to make sure that they are comfortable with the scene.
The New York Daily News uncovers an example of how not to do that.
An Australian news crew was interviewing a banker while traders monitored computer screens in the background. One of people behind the interviewee opens up photos of scantily clad women while the camera was rolling.
Well, that is one way to spice up a story about banking.