GB News has today announced another new signing.
Commentator and social campaigner Inaya Folarin Iman is to join the morning presenting team when the channel launches later this year.
Inaya, who will appear five mornings a week, is Director of The Equiano Project, and has also been a regular contributor on television programmes such as the BBC’s The Big Question and Politics Live, ITV’s Good Morning Britain and Sky News.
“I’m excited to begin a new adventure with GB News, exploring and discussing the big ideas and questions of today across the United Kingdon,” said Inaya.
“Journalism is at its best when it’s committed to a diverse range of viewpoints and asking challenging questions, and I see this reflected in the ideals of GB News.”
GB News will be available via Freeview, Sky, Virgin Media, YouView and FreeSat. The channel is also planning streaming, video-on-demand and audio services.
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