Adam Parsons – born 15 July 1970 – is a business correspondent for Sky News
Parsons was a Sports Correspondent for BBC News, appearing regularly on BBC One, BBC Radio and BBC News Channel.
He co-presented Your News, shown on the BBC News Channel at the weekends. His other work for the BBC included a special report for Panorama, the current affairs programme, and he was also a familiar voice across BBC Radio. Whilst the 2012 Olympic bid process was taking place, Parsons worked as the BBC’s Olympic bid specialist.
He was nominated for the Sports News Reporter award at the Royal Television Society Sports Awards in 2003, though the award eventually went to Channel 4 News’ Sue Turton.
During his time at the BBC, Parsons reported on every major sporting event, including the FIFA World Cup, the Olympic Games, Formula One, Ashes Cricket and England’s triumph in the 2003 Rugby World Cup.
After spells with the British Olympic Association and Travelodge, Parsons returned to the BBC in 2011 as a presenter on the BBC News Channel and on BBC World News.
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