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Sky News Australia launches Q&A series for viewers and network hosts

Sky News Australia has rolled out a new series that will allow viewers to ask the network’s hosts any question they want.

The announcement:

Sky News Australia has launched a new subscriber exclusive short-form series that turns the tables on the network’s popular primetime hosts as viewers get their chance to ask them anything, literally.

The no-holds-barred weekly show – Ask Me Anything – sees Sky News hosts offer a candid and banter-filled chat, answering viewer questions on any topic.

Episode one features Paul Murray, host of Sky News’ longest running opinion program, Paul Murray Live.

“This brand-new show is our chance to connect with you and tackle the issues that matter most – nothing’s off the table. I’m pumped to dive in and see what you’ve got for us!”, said Sky News Host Paul Murray.

Ask Me Anything is an exclusive series for SkyNews.com.au subscribers, with each new episode featuring a different Sky News host. Episodes are released each Monday at SkyNews.com.au/stream and on the Sky News Australia app.

Audiences can send their questions through by emailing AskMeAnything@skynews.com.au.

Source: Sky News Australia

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