Ahead of the General Election 2017, the Royal Television Society is going behind the scenes at the broadcaster as they pull together their coverage of the year's biggest political event.
With only seven weeks to organise a programme that usually takes a year to plan, Sky News are under a lot of pressure to make GE2017 memorable for the right reasons.
RTS journalists Ed Gove and Kate Holman went behind the scenes at the broadcaster as it races to make up the time and prepare for a live show that will be broadcast from across the country.
Speaking to senior figures from across Sky's election team, the series explained what was going in to covering this focal point of British democracy.
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Election Night Live: Behind the scenes at Sky News
Ed Gove and Kate Holman go behind the scenes at the live election show as the results come in from around the country.
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Television news may be all about pictures, but for Sky News’ Paul Bromley, the words matter too... (read more)
"On social media, you've really got to grab the audience's attention straight away," says Richard Evans, Audience Development Editor at Sky News... (read more)
Sky News’ Political Correspondent has been on the road in the #LewisLorry travelling to towns and cities up and down the country, talking to voters on the ground... (read more)
Over the past few weeks that I have been immersing myself in the world of Sky News, something has become clear... (read more)
“Election night is quite an addictive thing,” grins director Jon Bennett... (read more)
The broadcaster has released a statement today claiming that “since early in the election campaign, Sky News has not been getting live interviews on election issues with Conservative ministers... (read more)
Peter Lowe is the man responsible for ensuring that the broadcaster meets its commitments to impartiality and unbiased reporting - something broadcasters are legally required to do under the Communications Act 2003... (Read more)
RTS Award winners Faisal Islam and Jeremy Paxman are sharing hosting duties for May v Corbyn Live: The Battle of Number 10, on Channel 4 and Sky News... (read more)
As part of the RTS Inside Sky’s Election Campaign series, Sky’s Head of Politics, Specialist and Business Journalism Esme Wren, who is overseeing the broadcaster's election coverage, reveals her plans for covering the surprise General Election... (read more)