MEDIA: In brief - Mahoney makes BBC news

Denise Mahoney is joining the BBC’s Six O’Clock News, which is due to be launched in May, as consumer affairs correspondent. Previously Mahoney has worked for Watchdog, Panorama and Newsnight covering major events including the Clinton election campaign.

Denise Mahoney is joining the BBC’s Six O’Clock News, which is due

to be launched in May, as consumer affairs correspondent. Previously

Mahoney has worked for Watchdog, Panorama and Newsnight covering major

events including the Clinton election campaign.



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