Bill Neely leaves NBC News

bill neely Image

Bill Neely, NBC’s Chief Global Correspondent, has announced he is to leave the network.

“Some personal news: after 7 years as Chief Global Correspondent @NBCNews, I’ve decided to hang up my mic,” Neely tweeted on Thursday morning.

“For now, ending my career at a network I could never have imagined working for when I was a cub reporter @BBCNews in 1981. After 40 years as a broadcaster, time for a break!”

His career began with BBC Northern Ireland in 1981, at the height of the Republican hunger strikes. He covered the violence in Northern Ireland for six years before joining BBC television’s news and current affairs department in London in 1987.

After a period with Sky News, during which he helped launch the channel, Neely joined ITN in June 1989.

With NBC News, Neely was part of the team that won a prestigious Peabody Award for “Continuing Coverage of ISIS” in 2014. Neely reported less than seventy yards from the ISIS front line in Northern Iraq.

In 2015 and 2016 he reported on the terrorist massacres in Paris, Nice and Brussels, two plane crashes in Egypt, the GermanWings plane crash in France and Europe’s migration crisis.

Posted by Johnnie Larkin on Thursday 1 April 2021
Matt Barbet leaves  News

Matt Barbet is joining Sky News as a regular presenter. He has hosted news programmes for ITV, the BBC and

Trisha Goddard on TalkTV

Trisha Goddard has been diagnosed with incurable breast cancer. In 2008, she was diagnosed with and recovered from the disease.

RTS Awards

The RTS Television Journalism Awards 2024 will take place on 28th February 2024. The event will be hosted by Good