Next Tuesday SKY News presents live multi-channel and multi-platform coverage of Budget 2012 from 7:30pm.
This will be followed by analysis and reaction from David Speers, Kieran Gilbert, Ashleigh Gillon, Paul Murray and Graham Richardson.
Budget 2012: Live (Tuesday, May 8):
7:30pm SKY News National and SKY News Business : Live coverage of the Treasurer’s speech to the House of Representatives.
8.00pm SKY News National and SKY News Business : Political Editor David Speers presents Budget 2012 Live featuring commentary and analysis from leading political and business figures.
10.00pm SKY News National: a special Budget 2012 edition of Paul Murray Live examining how the budget will affect you.
10.00pm SKY News Business : a special Budget 2012 edition of Business Night with an in-depth look at how the financial statement will affect the corporate sector.
Budget 2012: The Verdict (Wednesday, May 9):
SKY News National
5:30am SKY NEWS Chief Political reporter Kieran Gilbert and Political Reporter Ashleigh Gillon present First Edition live from Canberra providing a comprehensive wrap of what the budget means to you and reaction from all sides.
8.30am A special Budget 2012 edition of AM Agenda.
12.30pm The Treasurer’s 2012 Post Budget address – live from National Press Club Canberra.
1.30pm A special Budget 2012 edition of Lunchtime Agenda.
4.00pm David Speers and the PM Agenda team review who’s been saying what as the “big sell” gets underway.
8.00pm Political heavy weight Graham Richardson gives his take on Budget 2012 in his weekly SKY NEWS show Richo.
9.00pm Paul Murray Live: Paul and his panel give you the chance to have your say.
SKY News Business
6.00am First Business Budget Breakfast: corporate leaders deliver their Budget report card from around the country. Followed by extensive coverage throughout the Trading Day.
7.00pm A special Budget 2012 edition of Switzer with the lowdown on what the Budget means for your hip pocket.
• SKY News National (Ch 601) and SKY News Business (Ch 602) will feature enhanced on-screen data; with 601 presenting details on how the budget will affect the consumer, and 602 highlighting the impact of the budget on the corporate and financial sectors.
• SKY NEWS Multiview will have dedicated channels on air giving you instant access to the key points.
• Online, skynews.com.au will have the latest video and text.
• A-PAC Australia’s Public Affairs Channel will feature key moments throughout the evening including the Treasurer’s speech and news conference.
All times listed in AEST.