Ian White leaves BBC Look North

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Look North presenter Ian White presented his last Look North bulletin tonight.

Ian has been a BBC journalist for 18 years and Look North presenter for 13 years. He was one of the first TV journalists on the scene of the Selby rail crash in February 2001.

Ian is the owner of the TV-am name, brand, logo, tradmarks and intellectual property rights and runs the official TV-am website www.tv-am.org.uk.

Last updated: Thursday 23 June 2011

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