BBC presenters Ginny Buckley and Anna Jones joins the new Sky News line-up
Ginny Buckley joins from the BBC where she currently presents Holiday 2005. Ginny has worked as a presenter, reporter and journalist over 16 years and was the Motoring Editor at the News of the World for two years.
Anna Jones also joins from the BBC where she currently anchors News 24’s 9-1pm strand. Anna joined the BBC in 1992, after four years as the editor of a business magazine. She spent three years as a senior producer in the BBC’s business department before moving to BBC World, as an anchor. In 1997 she joined BBC News 24 at launch as business presenter, before becoming a news presenter in 1999.
Head of Sky News, Nick Pollard, said: “We are delighted that Ginny and Anna will be joining Sky News. They are both first class journalists with wide-ranging experience. They will complement the established Sky News team perfectly.”
Ginny and Anna will appear on Sky News for the first time later this year when the channel begins broadcasting its service from a new studio complex.
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