Valued for its fairness, balance and journalistic objectivity by both viewers and regulators, Sky News brings a fresh approach to news broadcasting through innovative coverage of high-profile events, plus dedicated strands allowing the channel to respond to various audience demands at different times of day – while always retaining the ability to switch instantly to breaking news.
Sky News employs more than 500 dedicated staff worldwide, based at the state-of-the-art Sky News Centre [link opens in a new window] in London as well as at bureaux across the globe. This, along with alliances with major broadcasters around the world, ensures that the services covers breaking news whenever – and wherever – it happens.
For Sky News, interactivity and engagement with the audience are key. Viewers around the globe can e-mail, SMS or send a video message to Sky News, participate in discussions on the sky.com/news website or, on the UK Sky satellite platform, send a message via their set-top box.
Sky News has a team of experienced and often award-winning correspondents [link opens in a new window], including Adam Boulton as Political Editor and Jeremy Thompson as anchor of Sky's flagship weekday Live at 5 programme.