Sky News wins News Coverage Bafta 2008

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Sky News has won the award for News Coverage at the Television Bafta awards 2008.

They won the award for their coverage of the Glasgow Airport terror attack in 2007.

John Ryley, Head of Sky News said: “It’s the third Bafta we’ve won. It’s yet again confirmation that Sky News is absolutely the first place to come to for breaking news and it’s a tremendous tribute to everybody who works at the organisation.”

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