BBC News Presenter
Behind the scenes on how a live TV news show gets to air
Simon McCoy has been a News Presenter at the BBC for more than 12 years. A rolling news veteran, he previously spent 16 years at Sky News – as Royal Correspondent, then presenter of Sunrise, and memorably co-anchoring its coverage of the Iraq conflict live from the war zone. Simon takes us behind the scenes on how a live TV news show gets to air, and discusses how the industry has changed.
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