The pace of TV newsroom life no longer allows for periods to regroup between major stories. Journalists are grappling with burnout, a barrage of threats both virtual and in person, an erosion of their collective mental health and job insecurity. TV stations must harden their physical infrastructure against devastating weather events and better train their staffs to be safer in the field. How can the industry evolve fast enough to sustain the incessant red line of pressure on which it now operates daily?