SKY NEWS REVAMP BREAKFAST SHOW WITH NEW FORMAT, STUDIO AND PRESENTERS
Sky News have revealed several changes to its Breakfast offering, coming into effect from Monday 15th January 2024.
The new-look breakfast show will come live from a new studio in Westminster from the earlier time of 6am. Presenter Gareth Barlow joins Sky News from BBC News to anchor the 6am hour.
From 7am, Kay Burley will anchor the show with agenda setting political interviews, celebrity guests and stories from across the United Kingdom. Kay will be joined for the duration of the show by Gareth and Political Correspondent Mhari Aurora.
Wilfred Frost will continue presenting mornings on the channel also, with the latest news and developing stories from the newsroom. Throughout the day, presenters including Jayne Secker, Kamali Melbourne and Mark Austin will continue to deliver the latest breaking news.
David Rhodes, executive chairman for Sky News Group, said: "We're really pleased to present Breakfast earlier each morning - and delighted to welcome Gareth Barlow to our team."
"From a new Westminster newsroom now - and a new studio in the coming months - Kay Burley, Gareth Barlow, Mhari Aurora and Wilfred Frost will bring the whole range of Sky News to audiences each morning."
Kay Burley said: "Breakfast is becoming even brighter here on Sky News. I’m excited to be presenting from a new state-of-the-art studio - and to be joined by a great new line-up...
"Gareth; Mhari and Wilfred will be with me, each bringing their unique brand of first-rate, quality journalism. It'll be the best breakfast show in the business. Join us."
Gareth Barlow said: "I’m thrilled to be joining Sky News to work alongside Kay and the incredible Breakfast team. I can't wait to bring an even bigger and bolder Breakfast to our viewers around the UK...
"With elections in Westminster and Washington on the horizon - there will be no better place to keep up to date with the latest UK and international news, than the new look Sky News Breakfast."
Sky News Breakfast airs daily from 6am on Sky News.