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Sky News Correspondent Mark White was hit by a paint bomb today while reporting on the pending eviction of the travellers on Dale Farm, Essex.
— BBC weather forecaster, Liam Dutton is to join Channel 4 News, presenting a weather forecast five nights a week. Liam Dutton says: “I can’t wait to be part of Channel 4 News’ history as the programme’s first weather presenter…. Read more
NBC’s [[Andrea Mitchell]] today told viewers she is battling breast cancer. At the end of her show, Andrea said: “On a personal note, or how I spent my summer vacation, I had planned to be hiking in Wyoming last week… Read more
The Head of Sky News has sent an open letter to the Justice Secretary urging him to take action to allow TV cameras into courtrooms. In January 2010, John Ryley said in a speech to the Cambridge Union Society on… Read more
Over the next few weeks, TV network’s will broadcast a series of documentaries, films and news coverage to mark the tenth anniversary of 9/11. On September 11, 2001, around 3,000 people died when four planes were hijacked and flew into… Read more
Sky is changing the way customers access the Sky News for iPad app. From Thursday 1st September, the updated edition of the app will remain free for Sky TV customers but will need a SkyiD login. This can be obtained… Read more
Sky News will tonight broadcast a special documentary about the state of the Greek economy. The half-hour programme, presented by Sky’s business presenter Jeff Randall, will look at how an economy was broken by debt and delusion that has prompted… Read more
BBC News Openers on 23th August 2011, 8pm..
ITN’s John Ray tells Evening News how he and his team escaped from the Rixos hotel.
BBC’s Matthew Price is out of the Rixos hotel and has joined Wyre Davies inside the compound..
This Afternoon, Libyan rebels were chanting “Sky News, Sky News” during Alex Crawford’s live report, 50 miles from Colonel Gaddafi compound in Tripoli.
This is the moment Sky News correspondent Alex Crawford tells the world that the rebels are in Green Square, Tripoli and are celebrating the fall of the Gaddafi regime after 42 years.. With Alex is her cameramen Garwen McLuckie and… Read more
Sky’s defence correspondent, [[Niall Paterson]], has tweeted 360 degree images of the Sky News studios based in Osterley and Millbank. Osterley http://360.io/DERygt Millbank http://360.io/dzD9td @niallpaterson
Here are some images of the new Football Focus studio. The programme today began broadcasting from the MediaCityUk studios based in Salford, Manchester.
The BBC is to broadcast a special edition of Crimewatch titled Riots Caught On Camera. The 30-minute programme will be presented by Crimewatch’s Rav Wilding – himself a former policeman. The special programme will ask viewers for their help to… Read more
Sky News will host an hour long debate tonight (11th August) on the recent rioting that has swept the country. The debate, hosted by Colin Brazier, will be divided into three sections: Why are they rioting? Who do we blame?… Read more
Welcome to TV Newsroom’s live updates of the riots and looting that is sweeping across the UK. 12th August, 6:52am: BBC One will broadcast a Crimewatch special on Thursday 18th August at 8pm. 11th August, 11:14am: Tonight’s BBC Question time… Read more
ITV News today announced the appointment of Richard Edgar as its Economics Editor. Richard joins from the Financial Times where he was the head of video for the last three years. He will lead all economics coverage for ITV News,… Read more
[[Laura Kuenssberg]] has today finished her final shift at BBC News. Wrapping up a live at 17:30, Gavin Esler said to Laura: “Thank you very much for everything you’ve done for the BBC” Laura is off to ITV where she… Read more
BBC Newsnight’s [[Michael Crick]] is to leave the corporation to take up a role at Channel 4 News. He will become Political Correspondent, taking the role vacated by Cathy Newman – who is to become a regular presenter alongside Jon… Read more
Radio 4’s [[Norman Smith]] was today named as Chief Political Correspondent of BBC News. He will replace the departing [[Laura Kuenssberg]], who is to take up the role of Business editor at ITV News from September. Norman has covered every… Read more
We posted a story today about Kate Garraway quitting Daybreak. The story, which originated in the Daily Star on Sunday, has turned out to be untrue. In the last few minutes Kate Garraway said on twitter: “Don’t know where these… Read more
On Friday Morning, Labour MP Tom Watson was live on Sky News discussing the breaking news story that Rebekah Brooks had resigned as CEO of News International. Towards the end of the interview, conducted by Colin Brazier, Tom said: “I… Read more
The BBC today announced the appointment of two new presenters for its BBC Three news bulletin, 60 Seconds. They are — Sam Naz. She joined the BBC in 2003, when she won a place on the Student Sponsorship Scheme run… Read more
The editor of ITV breakfast show Daybreak, Ian Rumsey, is to step down from the show at the end of the year. Ian, who launched the show last September, said: “This was a tough decision. I’m very happy to stay… Read more
Jonathan Levy has been appointed Head of News Gathering at Sky News. Jonathan, who led Sky’s coverage for the last two general elections, will work closely alongside John Ryley, Head of Sky News, and Chris Birkett, Executive Editor and Deputy… Read more
The BBC’s [[Roger Johnson]] is to join BBC North West Tonight as [[Gordon Burns]] replacement. Burns is stepping down from the show after almost 15 years. Johnson, currently sports presenter on BBC South Today and occasionally presents on the BBC… Read more
CBS News presenter, Harry Smith, is leaving the network. Smith, who joined CBS News in 1986 as a Dallas-based reporter and was named a correspondent a year later, will join NBC’s new primetime news show presented by [[Brian Williams]]. CBS… Read more
BBC journalists are due to walk out in a row over compulsory redundancies. The first 24 hour strike is due to take place on Friday 15th July and could affect news on radio, television and online. Under 40% of NUJ… Read more