Julie Etchingham is a presenter of the ITV News at Ten.
Julie joined ITV to front the reformed News at Ten in December ’07, Her first News at Ten bulletin was on 14th January 2008. She co-presented ITN’s American Election coverage from New York in 2008. She co-presented The Royal Wedding on 29 April 2011 for ITV.
Julie also provides relief cover on the ITV News at 6.30.
Julie joined Sky News in February 2002 to anchor Sky News Sunrise – Sky News’ morning show from 6am to 10am – with co-presenter, [[Simon McCoy]]. Julie then presented such programmes as Sky News Today, then later The Sky Report. She also covered Vote 2005, Sky’s General Election UK programme with [[Adam Boulton]].
Julie received a BA Hons Degree in English from Newnham College, Cambridge. She went on to train as a journalist with BBC Midlands – presenting the evening edition of Midlands Today, as well as gaining valuable production, reporting and editing experience.
Her first break into network news came when she fronted BBC’s Newsround in 1994. In 1997 she presented two BBC holiday programmes – Holidays Out and Holiday ’97. She then went on to present and report for BBC Breakfast News and BBC News 24 as well as reporting for BBC Knowledge on their arts show Culture Fix.
ITV today confirmed the line-up of senior politicians who will appear in the network’s major live debate on 9th June. Senior politicians appearing to back remaining in the European Union are Angela Eagle and Amber Rudd, representing Britain Stronger In Europe, and SNP Leader Nicola Sturgeon. Representing the arguments for leaving the European Union are Boris Johnson, Andrea Leadsom, and… Read more
News at Ten with Julie Etchingham – ITV News Promo 2016
The RTS Television Journalism Awards 2016 are taking place tonight at the London Hilton, Park Lane. The awards, for news and current affairs, seek to recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are transmitted on a UK based platform and, for the first time, those who create online video content from a UK production base. Channel 4 News’… Read more
The Royal Television Society has announced the nominations for the RTS Television Journalism Awards 2016. The awards, for news and current affairs, seek to recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are transmitted on a UK based platform and, for the first time, those who create online video content from a UK production base. Channel 4 News’ Matt… Read more
ITV News has announced that Tom Bradby will become the sole presenter of News at Ten. The programme has been co-presented for the last eight years by Mark Austin and Julie Etchingham. Julie will remain a key figure on News at Ten, frequently presenting the programme. She’ll also have an expanded role on ITV’s current affairs output. Mark, who received… Read more
This is it. The polls are open in the 2015 General Election and will close at 10pm, where the result of the exit poll, which has been jointly commissioned by the BBC, ITV and Sky, will be revealed. All three networks, along with Channel 4, will provide Election results throughout the night and deep into Friday as Great Britain chooses… Read more
Video: hear what moderator Julie Etchingham thought of tonight’s Leaders’ Debate, and Mark congratulates Julie: “You did very well, I’m very proud of you” on News at Ten.
The 2015 Leaders’ Debate will be held this evening. The two-hour long debate, hosted by ITV’s Julie Etchingham, takes place at MediaCityUK in Salford from 8pm to 10pm on ITV and ITV HD. Lots have been drawn to determine the podium order, and the seven leaders will appear on screen, left to right as follows – Natalie Bennett, Nick Clegg,… Read more
ITV has announced their coverage plans for the 2015 General Election. ITV News Political Editor, Tom Bradby, will take the chair on election night (7th May) leading ITV’s coverage of the closest and most unpredictable battle for Number 10 in a generation. He’ll be on air with the fastest results and the best analysis from an expert panel. Tom will… Read more
The Royal Television Society – Britain’s leading forum for television and related media – has announced the nominations for the RTS Television Journalism Awards 2013/2014. The awards, for news and current affairs, recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are received in the UK and by the agencies which supply UK news broadcasters. The winners will be announced… Read more