Sky’s Winter Changes

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Updated on Friday 25 July 2003
Posted by @TVNewsroom

Sky will be reviewing its coverage over the summer, aiming to beef up its Autumn output with livelier, stronger programming.

A total of 17 new staff – six reporters, four cameramen, five producers and two text producers, including the new India bureau – are being recruited to help deliver the changes.

The output changes will be rolled out from September.

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