Sky News: John Sparks moving to Africa; Alex Crawford to head up new bureau in Istanbul

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Sky News is advertising for a new Moscow correspondent.

John Sparks, currently based in Moscow for Sky, will be moving to their Africa Bureau in Johannesburg in a few months time.

Alex Crawford – Sky News’ Special Correspondent, currently based in South Africa – will head up a new bureau in Istanbul, Turkey.

Sky says it’s looking for a Moscow correspondent to join its award winning foreign news team.

They want an experienced journalist with a proven track record in delivering exclusive stories and insightful analysis to help provide the best possible coverage on a wide range of stories across the region for all its platforms.

The closing date for applications is 1st September 2017 – link to job page

Last updated: Tuesday 29 August 2017

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