SKY NEWS MAKE CHANGES TO WEEKDAY DAYTIME SCHEDULE
The Early Rundown and Breakfast with Kay Burley remain at the usual times of 5am and 7am respectively. The Early Rundown provides a comprehensive round-up of all the big stories of the morning, with big name guests joining Kay Burley for analysis and reports later throughout the morning.
The biggest change to the daytime schedule is that Ian King Live, which currently airs for one hour from 10am, will revert back to being two half-hour shows at 11:30am and 4:30pm. The show will be renamed 'Business Live'.
From Monday 3rd July, Sky News Today will air for the majority of the day from 10am through to 5pm. The Sky News Today branding is currently only used from 11am-2pm.
Wilfred Frost will present Sky News Today from 10am to 11:30am, with Business Live with Ian King from 11:30am to 12pm. Jayne Secker, the long standing host of Sky News Today, takes over from 12pm until 2pm.
Sarah Jane Mee will continue in the 2pm slot, however 'The Sarah Jane Mee Show' branding is expected to be dropped in favour of 'Sky News Today'. Sarah Jane will host from 2pm until 4:30pm, with half hour of Business Live from 4:30pm.
The early evening schedule remains unchanged with Mark Austin anchoring The News Hour at 5pm and 6pm. Sky News Tonight welcomes Kamali Melbourne from The Early Rundown to be Tonight's main anchor, following the exit of Dermot Murnaghan earlier this year.
Anna Botting continues to host Sky News At Nine and Ten, continuing for the Press Preview at 10:30am and hour-long News Review at 11pm. Overnight coverage is not affected by these changes.
Sky News is available on Sky channel 501.