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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…

Sky News Diplomatic Editor, Tim Marshall, has announced he is leaving the broadcaster. He told his 20,000 Twitter followers: “After 25 years fantastic roller coaster years – I’m leaving Sky News. Articles, books, website, and analysis follow – God willing. “No ‘musical differences’ a very…

Stand Up Be Counted (SUBC), Sky News’ initiative where young people can speak out, share ideas and be heard, will work with Facebook to give viewers the chance to grill the political leaders who want to run the country after the general election. On Monday…

The four broadcasters behind plans for televised General Election debates are today publishing new proposals to expand the debates. The BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky said the fresh initiative follows talks spanning three months with the Conservatives, Labour, the Liberal Democrats and UKIP, and…

Sky News has appointed Kirsty Good as Editor of its Business Unit. Kirsty will lead the channel’s daily business coverage across all platforms as well as overseeing production of its business programme, Ian King Live. Kirsty is joining Sky News from the BBC where she…

Labour MP Chuka Umunna had a heated on-air exchange with Sky’s Dermot Murnaghan this afternoon after he objected to questions about his views on a letter sent out to UK mosques. The letter from Communities Secretary Eric Pickles to more than 1,000 imams in England…

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