Jeff Randall is set to present a new 4 nights a week business programme on Sky News..
The programme will air from Monday to Thursday at 7:30pm and will take a look at the big business news stories of the day.
Randall will step down as editor-at-large of the Daily Telegraph at the end of the year. he’ll write a weekly column for the newspaper.
John Ryley said: “Jeff breaks and makes news – that is what Sky is about. He will provide us with invaluable insight, analysis and interviews.He is the best in the business.”
The new programme is set to begin broadcasting in early 2009.
“With the economy and credit crunch dominating the headlines, this is an exciting time to help expand Sky’s excellent business coverage.
“We aim to bring a fresh insight into the key players of corporate life. I’m looking forward to the challenge of four shows a week.” – Jeff Randall
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