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Joey Jones – Sky News’ deputy political editor – has announced he is to leave the broadcaster “After 18 years in journalism, 16 at Sky + near a decade at Westminster I’m soon leaving all three. V grateful to the many who’ve helped me,” Joey…

Ofcom, the television watchdog, is to investigate Ian King’s f-word incident on Sky News. The incident took place on the 30th July episode of ‘Ian King Live’ when King accidental swore during a live interview with economist Michelle Meyer about interest rates in the USA….

Sky News has set a new world record for the most concurrent live streams during its election night coverage, it has been confirmed “We are thrilled to inform you that your application for most concurrent live web streams for an event has been successful and…

Sky News presenter Kay Burley has taken part in a celebrity edition of Fifteen to One. The show, which will air on Channel 4 at 8pm tonight, features many famous faces including Sean Lock, Alex James, Joe Lycett and Hugh Dennis. This is me laughing…

Sky News and Sky 1 will air a special hour long documentary this week entitled ‘People Smuggler – World’s Most Wanted’ Sky News’ Special Correspondent Alex Crawford has crossed war-torn Libya on the hunt for the most dangerous people smuggler in the world. In this…

Sky News has appointed Andrew Bailey as Senior News Editor for Home News. Andrew joins the senior team who have responsibility for running the UK intake desk, driving the daily news agenda and delivering to all Sky News’ platforms. Andrew Bailey said: “I’m really excited…

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, will deliver the Budget later today, his seven since taking office in May 2010, and his first of this parliament. The BBC, ITV and Sky News will have live coverage of the Budget, which takes place at 12.30pm…

Sky News has produced a documentary on the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 bombings in London. The hour-long programme will air on Sky 1 and Sky News over the next week. ‘7/7 Ten Years On’ – is based on the survivors and the bereaved from…

Sky News has appointed Channel 4’s John Sparks as Moscow Correspondent. John will be responsible for delivering the latest news and analysis from Moscow and the nearby regions across all Sky News’ platforms. He joins Sky News after four and a half years as Asia…

Sky News has today announced a host of foreign and domestic editorial appointments. Dominic Waghorn has been appointed Diplomatic Editor, Mark Stone is to become Europe Correspondent, Katie Stallard will replace Mark as Asia Correspondent, and Robert Nisbet has been appointed Political Correspondent. “Dominic, Mark,…

The 2015 State Opening of Parliament takes place at the Palace of Westminster today. It marks the formal start of the parliamentary year and will be the first Conservative Queen’s Speech in 18 years. The speech will set out the government’s agenda for the coming…

Sky News was awarded a BAFTA last night in the news category for its reporting and analysis of the Ebola crisis in Western Africa. The winning coverage featured Sky News’ Special Correspondent Alex Crawford, and cameraman David Rees, on the ground in Liberia. There they…

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This is it. The polls are open in the 2015 General Election and will close at 10pm, where the result of the exit poll, which has been jointly commissioned by the BBC, ITV and Sky, will be revealed. All three networks, along with Channel 4,…

Adam Boulton presented his Election special from Sky’s Election studio this morning.. here’s a few Images.. Sky’s main Decision Time programme starts at 9pm on Thursday evening.

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This was the moment Sky News’ Rhiannon Mills broke the news of the birth of the royal baby.

With a week to go until the 2015 General Election, the BBC will air a special edition of Question Time this evening. It will feature the leader of the Conservatives David Cameron, the Liberal Democrats’ Nick Clegg and Labour’s Ed Miliband, who will come on…

Sky News will team up with Sky Arts on the evening of the general election (7th May) for a special broadcast, ‘Election Newsroom Live’. From 10pm to 8am on Sky Arts 1 HD, fixed rig cameras within the Sky News studios will offer viewers a…

Sky News has appointed Toby Sculthorp as Producer/Director to focus on developing long form journalism programming. Following the success of in depth specials on major stories over the last 18 months including programmes on the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks, the missing Malaysian Airlines flight and…

Sky News has today released its plans for the 2015 General Election On Election night (7th May), Sky News will be live from over 270 declarations. Partnering with Live U, this is the most ambitious and wide ranging results service available and will ensure viewers…

This is how my night ended! #BattleForNumber10 pic.twitter.com/i2nKUzLDXf — Kay Burley (@KayBurley) March 27, 2015

Channel 4 and Sky News will broadcast a live 90-minute programme this evening called ‘Cameron & Miliband Live: The Battle for Number 10,’ just days before parliament is dissolved and the election campaigns begin in earnest. Channel 4’s election night presenter Jeremy Paxman will interview…

On Monday (23rd March), Sky News and Facebook will host an ‘Ask The Chancellors’ event, giving an audience of entrepreneurs, start-up companies, and local businesses the opportunity to ask tough questions of George Osborne, Chancellor and Ed Balls, Shadow Chancellor on the economic plans they…

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, will deliver the Budget later today, his sixth since taking office in May 2010. This is the Chancellor’s last budget of this parliament, and could be his last one ever if the Tories are not returned to power…

The 2015 Budget on Sky News

What is Snapchat? Sky News is now on Snapchat!

As the result of drawing of lots by the broadcasters (BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4) the order of the party leaders’ televised General Election debates is: 2 April: ITV – Debate between the party leaders of the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, UKIP, the SNP,…

The Royal Television Society – Britain’s leading forum for television and related media – will dish out the Television Journalism Awards for 2013/2014 this evening. The awards, for news and current affairs, recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are received in the…

.@SkyNewsTonight is coming from Osterley tonight for some reason.. pic.twitter.com/wHBPPYnn4J — TV Newsroom (@TVNewsroom) February 12, 2015 @TVNewsroom @SkyNewsTonight no electricity at Millbank studio — Adam Boulton (@adamboultonSKY) February 12, 2015 @adamboultonSKY @TVNewsroom @SkyNewsTonight we forgot to feed the meter — Dharshini David (@DharshiniDavid) February…

Sky News and Sky Sports have launched on Snapchat Discover to provide news and sport to millions of young people in the UK and Ireland. The two channels will publish an edition each afternoon featuring 6-10 distinctive ‘snaps’, using a combination of images, video and…

Burst water pipes resulting in a flooded Sky Newsroom this evening. pic.twitter.com/ayseGRk4ie — Roddy Mansfield (@roddymansfield) February 8, 2015 Sky Newsroom flooding now reached the home desk amid talk of evacuation. — Roddy Mansfield (@roddymansfield) February 8, 2015 @roddymansfield I leave the building, two mins…

— Sky News is 26 years-old today. The channel launched at 6pm on Sunday 5th February 1989, where Penny Smith and Alistair Yates were the first presenters. — Sky News presenter, Kay Burley, has been out selling the Big Issue this morning. “Am off to…

#AskTheLeaders – Sky News Promo 2015

The Royal Television Society – Britain’s leading forum for television and related media – has announced the nominations for the RTS Television Journalism Awards 2013/2014. The awards, for news and current affairs, recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are received in the…

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