Sky News broadcasts from new studios for first time

Sky News broadcast from its new studios for the first time today.

The studio, known as the “glass box”, is based at a new facility on Sky’s campus in Isleworth, West London, not far from the old studios.

Earlier this month Press Gazette reported that at least around 60 staff had either left Sky news and Sky Sports or faced redundancy ahead of the studio move.

A Sky spokesperson said: “A small number of staff have left in recent months in normal course of business as we review future plans and priorities.”

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19 thoughts on “Sky News broadcasts from new studios for first time”

  1. The sound is like I’m listening to someone speaking from a stage and I’ve tried really hard to live with it but am not enjoying it so I find I’m switching back to BBC instead. I find everyone looks like they’re squashed around the Christmas Dinner table and it’s not clear who’s the lead newscaster. I’ve tried to like it all but really don’t.

  2. New Sky news studio really off-putting, it’s cold and bland looking with far too many distractions in the background. This morning we were treated to views of the staff canteen and people shuffling into work. Sure the sound is not as warm as previously.
    This morning I even resorted to ITV for my news……

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