February 21st, 2013

Media Movements: Sky Poach Telegraph News Editor

Quite a coup for Sky News: they have poached Telegraph news editor Matthew Bayley. He will be heading up Sky’s specialist journalism team.

A key player in the 2008 expenses investigation, he will be a loss…


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    An overly exuberant yank trying to be sarcastic says:

    AWESOME !

  3. 4
    Merde Hasan says:

    I bloody applied for that, and I would have done it for minimum wage.

  4. 5
    BBC says:

    We wish Sky would take our striking journos off our hands. They need a few Commies over there.

  5. 6
    BBC arsehole says:

    Another crap journalist no one has heard of.

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    keredybretsa says:

    Telegraph should‘ve made a better offer.

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    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    Perhaps he can get rid of that terrible Dangleberry thing they have on in the mornings. Turns my kipper!


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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