Sky News has promoted three journalists to “new roles” which it says prove its commitment to foreign news, home affairs and environmental issues.
Rachel Younger has been made home affairs correspondent, Lisa Holland has been made foreign affairs correspondent, and Robert Nisbet takes up the New role of environment correspondent.
Head of Sky News, Nick Pollard said: “All three correspondents are top class journalists and a real asset to Sky News. The introduction of the new roles illustrates our commitment to these specialist areas, particularly the environment which is fast becoming a major world issue.”
Former Sky News correspondent Mark White is joining GB News. Mark spent 22 years at Sky covering crime, policing, security and terrorism, including the 7/7 London bombings in 2005 and every major UK terrorist attack since. Raised in Hawick, Scotland,… Read more
Sky News presenter Sarah-Jane Mee will return to the channel on Monday (28 June) after taking maternity leave. “And just like that. Rae turned 1. What a scary, testing, bizarre, maddening, but ultimately magical year we’ve had together,” Sarah-Jane tweeted…. Read more
Presenter Tom Macleod has announced he is leaving Sky News and broadcasting in general for pastures new. Tom – who has been with Sky News since 2014 – said “I’ve had a good time doing the job but there’s no… Read more