Five News today unveiled its new presentation team for when Sky News takes over production of the bulletins in January 2005.
Kirsty Young will continue to present the main evening bulletins each Monday-Wednesday. Sky News Presenter Julie Etchingham will take over the 5.30pm bulletins on Thursdays and Fridays although she will continue to present Sky News Today four days a week with Martin Stanford.
Kate Sanderson joins the team from BBC Breakfast to present the 7pm bulletins on Thursday and Friday as well as evening updates on these days and Weekend bulletins. Charlie Stayt moves to the News At Noon bulletin which he will present five days a week. Sangita Myska also joins the team from the BBC as a presenter and reporter.
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