Sky News launches new schedule?

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Is Sky News about to announce a new schedule starting from the 1st October 2007?

According to the online Sky Programme Information Guide Julie Etchingham will present a 4 hour programme called Sky Today from 0900 – 1300 hours. This is followed by 4 hours of Kay Burley presenting Afternoon live from 1300-1700.

Jeremy Thompson will remain the lone presenter of Live at Five which will run from 1700 – 1900 hours. Sky News at Seven with Anna Botting last for half-hour.

The 1930 time slot is named as sky.com news. Now, as reported last week, Jeff Randall live will broadcast on Monday’s at 1930 hours from 24th September.

The rest of the schedule remains the same, with the news every 15 minutes from 2000 – 2200 hours, News at Ten, then the overnight shift. Eamonn remains the main presenter of Sunrise.

Friday’s edition of Sky News at Ten is presented by Steve Dixon.

All this information is being reported by the Sky programme Information guide, and leaves one wondering where Jones, Brazier, Stanford and Wilson fits in to the new schedule?

As soon as the TV Newsroom receives more information, we’ll bring it to you.

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