How sky news should look

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kaylover
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Post by kaylover » Sun Dec 03, 2006 9:06 am

Ive not posted on here for a while but i was bored so i came up with a new Schedule for sky, becuase the new at the moment is quite shocking.





05.00 ? 09.00 - Sunrise:

Eamonn Holmes(06.00- 09.00) & Lona Dunkley (05.00 ? 09.00)



09.00 - 12.00 - Sky News Today:

(09.00 ? 11.00) Chris Roberts (10.00 ? 12.00)Anna Jones



12.00 - 14.00 - Lunchtime Live:

Kay Burley



14.00 ? 17.00 - Sky News Today:

(14.00 ? 16.00)Mark Longhurst (15.00 ? 17.00) Julie Etchingham



17.00 ? 18.00 - Live At 5:

Jeremy Thompson



18.00 - 20. 00 - Sky Evening News:

Anna Botting & Jeremy Thompson



20.00 ? 22.00 - Sky News Tonight:

Martin Stanford



22.00 ? 24.00 - Sky News Live:

Martin Stanford & Gillian Joseph



24.00 ? 05.00 - Sky News Live:

(24.00 ? 01.00)

The Fox Report wit Shepard Smith

(1.00 ? 1.30)

News

(1.30 ? 2.00)

Review

(2.00 ? 2.30)

News

(2.30 ? 3.00)

Bussiness Report

(3.00 ? 4.00)

Fox Report with Shepard Smith

(4.00 ? 5.00)

World News

HOWIE
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Post by HOWIE » Sun Dec 03, 2006 11:50 am

I dont like Sky News no more I think, because the line up of presenters during weekdays are bland & boring, weekends are alot better, if Sky News was to have a new re vamp in 2007, I thin this is how is should be .....



Sunrise ( 6AM / 9AM ) - Mark Longhurst & Lorna

SNT ( 9AM / 12PM ) - Martin Stanford & Julie

Lunchtime Live ( 12PM / 2PM ) - Kay

SNT ( 2PM / 5PM ) - Steve Dixon & Paula

Live @ 5 - JT

6PM / 8PM - JT & Anna Jones

8PM / 12AM - Chris Roberts & Emma



Weekends



Sunrise - Allan & Viv ( bring her back )

12/5 - Martin Popplewell& Helen

5/12 - Steve Gaisford & Faye Barker

xxx
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Post by xxx » Sun Dec 03, 2006 4:29 pm

Kaylover, you say the schedule is shocking, but you have done nothing in your "new" schedule apart from shift the hours backwards or forwards and shoved 2 new presenters in. If it was so shocking, wouldn't it need a complete revamp?

vicky23
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Post by vicky23 » Mon Dec 04, 2006 4:45 pm

There is not enough Colin in that Schedule to satisfy my viewing needs ha ha

fusionlad
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Post by fusionlad » Mon Dec 04, 2006 6:40 pm

I notice you put the Fox Report with Shep Smith from FNC in the schedule. I think the format of that show could work well on Sky...

fusionlad
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Post by fusionlad » Mon Dec 04, 2006 8:17 pm

Opps Double Post

imagedude
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Post by imagedude » Tue Dec 05, 2006 10:34 am

Here's what I think should happen then;



- Get rid of John Ryley

- Re-design the set so that more of the newsroom is visible

- Get rid of those awful newswall graphics and reinstate the globe

- Bring back the clssy music and a revised version of the old toth focusing around the globe





...and the schedule



00:00 - Sky News at Midnight

with Lukwesa Burak / Samantha simmonds



00:00 - Sky Newswatch

with Lukwesa Burak / Samantha simmonds



06:00 - Early Morning Briefing

with Lorna Dunkley



07:00 - Sunrise

with Eamonn and Lorna



09:00 - Sky News Today

Steve Dixon and Emma Crosby (using Steve Gaisford as cover)



12:00 - Lunchtime Live

with Kay Burley



14:00 - Sky News

with Mark Longhurst, Kay Burley and Anna Jones



17:00 - Live at 5 (18:00 - Sky Evening News (same as below))

with Jeremy Thompson in London, Anna Botting on location, Andrew Wilson in Waskington and Dominic waghorn in Jerusalem or Emma Hurd in Johannasberg.



- Sportsline with Jon D. at 18:30



20:00 - Sky News with Martin Stanford and Julie Etchingham

(same as now)



22:00 - Sky News at Ten



23:00 - Sky World NewsWeekends



06:00 - Sunrise

with Steve Gaisford, Georgie Bingham and Lucy Verasamy

( three presenters with each dealing with a specific area of coveage e.g. Steve - news, Georgie - sport and Lucy - weather. )



10:00 - Saturday Live with Steve Dixon



12:00 - Today with Paula Middlehurst



17:00 - Live at 5 with Colin Brazier



19:00 - Sky World News with Colin Brazier

kaylover
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Post by kaylover » Sat Dec 23, 2006 12:19 pm

jonn0boy wrote:Kaylover, you say the schedule is shocking, but you have done nothing in your "new" schedule apart from shift the hours backwards or forwards and shoved 2 new presenters in. If it was so shocking, wouldn't it need a complete revamp?



You may well be right. If sky were to do a more radical overhall then this is how it should look:



WEEK:





6.00am: Morning News Brief with: Lorna Dunkley

?A first look at the morning?s news and what will be making the news of the day?



7:00am: Sunrise: with Eamonn Holmes & Lorna Dunkley

??Bright and lively breakfast news?



9:00am: Sky News Today with Mark Longhurst (0900 ? 11.00) & Emma Crosby (1000 ? 12.00)

?Live & Breaking News?



12.00pm: Lunchtime Live: with Kay Burley

?News digest and human interest highlights?



2.00 pm: Sky News Today: with Colin Brazier (2.00 ? 3.30) & Anna Jones (3.00 ? 4.30)

?Live & Breaking News?



4.30pm: Business Report: with Michael Wilson

?The key movements on the markets.?



5.00pm: Live at 5 with: Jeremy Thompson

?Lively info rich show?



6.00pm: The Real Story with: Anna Botting

?Fast News, with no views, opinions or pundits. The Real Story, Real Facts?



7.00pm: Tonight with: Martin Stanford

?News driven, interactive strand?



9.00pm: Special Report

Monday: Crime with Martin Brunt

Tuesday: Foreign Affairs with Tim Marshall

Wednesday: Politics with Adam Bolton

Thursday: In the USA with Andrew Wilson

Friday: Entertainment News with Matt Smith



10.00pm: News at 10: with: Julie Etchingham

?Summary of the day?



10.30pm: Sportsline with: Jon Desborough



11.00pm: Review with Julie Etchingham

?Debating the day?s events with three guests with differing views on a range of topics.?



12.00pm: Overnight:

12.00 ? 1.00: The Fox Report with Shepard Smith

?US evening News Cast Live from New York?

1.00? 1.30: Sky News Live

1.30 ? 2.00: Business Report: with Michael Wilson

2.00 ? 3.00: Sky News Live

3.00 ? 4.00: Review with Julie Etchingham

4.00 ? 5.00: The Fox Report with Shepard Smith

5.00 ? 6.00 Sky World News.





WEEKEND:



6:00am: Sunrise: with Lucy Alexander & Helen Fospero

??Bright and lively breakfast news?



10:00am: Saturday/Sunday Live with: Martian Stanford & Adam Bolton

'All the News for your weekend'



12.00pm: Weekend Live: Chris Roberts

?News digest and human interest highlights?



2.00 pm: Sky News Live with: Alan King & Paula Middlehurst

?Live & Breaking News?



5.00pm: Live at 5 with: Steve Dixon

'Fast info rich show'



6.00pm: You?re World with James Rubin

?World News with interviews from the week?s key news makers?



7.00pm: Tonight with Steve Dixon

'News driven, interactive strand'



9.00pm: Sky News Live with: Martin Popplewell & Gillian Joesph

'Live & Breaking News'



12.00pm: Overnight:

12.00 ? 1.00: The Fox Report weekend

?US evening News Cast Live from New York?

1.00? 3.00: Sky News Live

3.00 ? 4.00: You?re World with James Rubin

4.00 ? 5.00: The Fox Report weekend

5.00 ? 6.00 Sky World News.

vicky23
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Post by vicky23 » Sat Dec 23, 2006 12:27 pm

I wonder if there will be any changes in the new year to the schedule. A new schedule has been posting on the sky news website, updated to the current format of presenters

vicky23
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Post by vicky23 » Sat Dec 23, 2006 1:49 pm

I wonder if there will be any changes in the new year to the schedule. A new schedule has been posting on the sky news website, updated to the current format of presenters

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