Sky News will broadcast from Studio A for the final time today.
Sunrise has already said goodbye to the 12 year-old studio.
— Jacquie Beltrao (@SkyJacquie) January 16, 2018
Sky will be back in the glass box from 9pm this evening, according to TV Live. Broadcasts in the new studio (Studio 6) will begin at midnight.
Sunrise will also come from Studio 6 with the first broadcast coming tomorrow (Wed 17 Jan).
Fond farewell to our trusty news studio today. We moved in soon after Hurricane Katrina and have covered a myriad of fun and challenging stories in the dozen years since then. So much has changed but, come on, how sharp was that suit. In 2005 ? pic.twitter.com/l0M3G8vx4i
— Kay Burley (@KayBurley) January 16, 2018
The new logo is expected to feature on air from 7pm tonight.
The new Sky News logo goes live at 7pm. pic.twitter.com/vvJg089MHp
— TV Live (@tvlive) January 16, 2018
From 7pm today, Sky News will have a brand new look, to go with its brand new HQ in Sky Studios! Be sure to check it out, in the meantime here's a sneak peak. pic.twitter.com/LvTpPgSeC7
— Sky Creative (@SkyCreative) January 16, 2018
UPDATE: Kay Burley says goodbye to Studio A.
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