Michael Wilson, as Business Editor of Sky News, is unrivalled in his contacts and reputation amongst the international arena of high finance and the business sector. His experience in, and focus on, international business issues has made him a recognisable broadcaster in Britain and Continental Europe.
Michael has been Business Editor of Sky News since 1994, during which time he has headed a team of world class business journalists and broadcasters. He sets the business agenda for the day ahead, with his daily Business Focus bulletins. Michael’s bi media broadcast career has spanned both television and radio, as he launched both GMTV as its main anchor, and The Breakfast Programme on Reuters’ owned London News Radio.
With a focused business background in broadcasting, Michael has been responsible for the creation of some of the best Business Programming in the UK:- Thames’ Televisions’ The City Programme, and International Business Report, which aired across Europe on Sky News and in the US on Fox Television. Michael’s role as Business Editor consistently sees him organising and anchoring the live coverage of G7 meetings from around the world. Additionally, Michael hosts Sky News’ Budget coverage and co-hosted, with Sir David Frost, the last General Election Special.
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