Gamal Fahnbulleh

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Gamal Fahnbulleh is journalist and presenter employed by ITV Breakfast.

Education[edit]

Fahnbulleh was educated at Taunton School, a boarding independent school in Taunton, Somerset, followed by the University of Manchester, where he graduated with a BA Honours in Politics and History, followed by a Masters Degree in International Politics. He then enrolled on a post graduate Diploma course in Broadcast Journalism at City University in London.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Fahnbulleh was one of only ten candidates to be selected for the ITV News Bursary Scheme in 2005. He worked for ITN and became a general reporter and programme presenter for Granada Reports on ITV Granada in North West England.

Fahnbulleh joined Sky News in November 2010 as a reporter. He has worked extensively with the British Army and during the summer of 2010 was embedded with the First Battalion, the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment during a six-month tour of Afghanistan. In November of the same year, he was one of the first reporters to cover the student protests in London, and in 2011 reported live on the August riots from both Manchester and Liverpool. In the same year, he became a news presenter on some weeknights between 00:00-06:00.[2]

In June 2013 he moved to ITV Breakfast as the North of England Correspondent for Daybreak. When Daybreak was replaced by Good Morning Britain, Gamal transferred, remaining in his current role.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biographies - Gamal Fahnbulleh Publisher: Sky News Press Office. Retrieved: 31 December 2012.
  2. ^ Biographies - Gamal Fahnbulleh Publisher: Sky News Press Office. Retrieved: 31 December 2012.

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