Sky Sports News to move Studio

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Last updated: Thursday 30 June 2011

Sky Sports News will broadcast from a new set next week when it moves to Sky Studios (Harlequin 1).

SSN will be the first channel to transmit from Sky’s new £233m broadcast and production facility based in Osterley.


Sky Studios, which has 8 Studios, will become home to 1,300 of Sky’s production and playout staff.

The biggest studio is twice the size of its current largest studio and will allow Sky to shoot light entertainment shows with audiences of up to 300 in-house.

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