Category Archives: TV Industry News

Behind The Scenes At Sky News

If your a fan of TV, and what goes on behind the scenes, then we have some great news for you Tomorrow is Sky News Raw

Sky News viewers will get the chance to see how the news is made, with a day of special coverage offering unprecedented access behind the scenes. Sky News Raw will be broadcast on its own pop-up channel from 7am to 5pm on 5 February – 30 years to the day since Sky News aired its first bulletin.

Fixed cameras will capture what’s going on in the Sky News newsroom in Osterley, events in the political nerve-centre at Millbank, as well as what’s happening in the on-air TV galleries, the Sky News studios and locations around central London.

Sky News Raw will be available on Sky channel 523, via the Sky News website or via the Sky News app.

Sky News To Stream Live Coverage Of Newsroom On Its 30th Anniversary

BuzzFeed UK media & politics reporter Mark Di Stefano is reporting that Sky News is going to livestream everything that happens in its newsroom, online and on a dedicated channel from 5.30am to 10.30pm on February 5th 2019 to mark the 30th anniversary of Sky News.

In a letter to all staff Dan Williams Head of Politics, advised staff that “for the day we will all need to be very conscious that we are being filmed and the obvious implications that has.

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Channel 4 Reveals Shortlist For New Media Hubs – Stoke-on-Trent Is On The List!

Channel 4 has shortlisted Birmingham and Coventry to become the home of their new national headquarters.

The broadcaster is also setting up smaller creative hubs in two additional cities. Birmingham, Coventry, Stoke-on-Trent and Nottingham are all up for consideration.

We’ve selected 13 cities that are best able to meet our vision for our new hubs in the Nations and Regions. We look forward to visiting all those on the shortlist as part of our second phase, but we will also be continuing to work with all cities and regions as part of our strategy to increase investment and support creative businesses, jobs and growth across the UK.”

Jonathan Allan, Channel 4’s Chief Commercial Officer