Sky Sports commentator Bryn Law has announced he is leaving Sky Sports today.
“20+ years with Sky comes to an end for me today. Worked with some brilliant people in that time, made lots of friends so it’s a sad day but it’s time for new adventures,” said Bryn to his 26k Twitter followers.
Bryn has worked in broadcast media for over 25 years. In that time he has been a news reporter, a sports reporter, commentator, presenter and producer, first at the BBC then with Sky Sports News and most recently with Sky Sports.
In 2014, he launched a new company called TAGG (Talk A Good Game) for media training and consultancy purposes.
20+ years with Sky comes to an end for me today. Worked with some brilliant people in that time, made lots of friends so it’s a sad day but it’s time for new adventures.
Diolch i bawb sy wedi helpu fi dros y flynyddoedd. Wele ti eto, dw i’n siwr.
Peace and love.
— Bryn (@BrynLaw) April 5, 2019
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