Sky News Raw will be broadcast on 5 February, the 30th anniversary of the channel’s first bulletin.
Fixed cameras will capture events in the Sky News newsroom at Osterley, the political centre at Millbank, in the on-air TV galleries, the Sky News studios, along with locations around central London. A live camera will also track a day in the life of a reporter in one of Sky’s bureaus as they pursue a new story.
Viewers will be guided through the day by presenters Niall Paterson and Jayne Secker.
John Ryley, Head of Sky News said: “Over the last 30 years, Sky News has earned its reputation as one of the UK’s most trusted news organisations – offering original, distinct journalism and clarity in what is an increasingly uncertain world. But now is the time to look forward to the next 30 years of Sky News, to offer viewers a glimpse of the news organisation of the future. Sky News Raw will do just that – we look forward to opening our doors and inviting the viewer in.”
Sky News Raw will be available on Sky channel 523, via the Sky News website or via the Sky News App.