THE FULL STORY
Jamie Owen anchors CGTN Europe. He is a television news journalist with 30 years' experience.
He joined CGTN from TRT World, where he anchored international television news.
Before that, he worked at the BBC reading the news on the main radio bulletins before moving to television to anchor the flagship BBC Wales Today show.
He has worked internationally for BBC World Service Trust and BBC Media Action and has advised television companies in Libya, Egypt, Jordan, India and Germany.
Juliet Mann is part of CGTN's on-air team in London. An experienced TV anchor specializing in business news, she covers stories from entrepreneurship to sustainability, from digital innovation to global economics.
For more than two decades, Juliet has worked in fast-paced newsrooms across the world – in London, Paris, New York and Frankfurt for companies including CNBC, TRT World, CNN, Sky News and Reuters.
On the road and in the studio, she has interviewed political heavyweights and those who influence the news agenda including EU policymakers and CEOs of global brands.
Hannah Hoexter is co-anchor of CGTN Europe's flagship weekday Global Business show.
Before moving to Europe, she presented CGTN's The World Today from Beijing.
Hannah has nearly 20 years’ experience as an anchor, reporter and producer at major international news networks including NBC News, France 24 and Al Jazeera English.
She has reported across the world on wars, terrorist attacks, natural disasters, elections and royalty and has lived in the Middle East, Russia and France.
Paul presents CGTN Europe's 'The World Today' and 'Global Business'. He previously anchored business news at the network’s American broadcast center and covered the 2016 election, the Brexit vote, and hosted 'Africa Focus'.
Paul started out with the BBC in Liverpool and was an award-winning news presenter in Manchester before joining France 24 where he anchored coverage of the 2008 financial crisis, Benazir Bhutto’s assassination, and presented ‘The Week in Asia’. Paul then worked for the BBC World Service, AFP and FSN in London, Hong Kong, and Washington.