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A round up of the day’s news from across the region. We’ll keep you updated on the latest stories making the headlines in Teesside.

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The next time you can catch "Teesside News" on Made In Teesside is…

  • 6:00 am, Thursday 23rd November - Made TV News – Teesside (Episode 3).
  • 7:00 am, Thursday 23rd November - Made TV News – Teesside (Episode 3).
  • 6:00 pm, Thursday 23rd November - Made TV News – Teesside (Episode 4).

jordanJordan Mann – News Editor
Jordan graduated from the University of Sunderland with a first class degree in Magazine Journalism, and went on to win the Best Student Magazine award for his work on Gay Life, a magazine he set up. After graduating, Jordan was hired by the university to launch the mediaHUB, home to Spark Sunderland, SR News, Northern Lights, Fashion North and SportsByte. Jordan joined Made Television team as a News Planner in April 2015, where he worked closely with the news editor to find the stories that matter to people in the region. Behind the scenes, Jordan took the lead on the gallery operations for channel, helping to launch popular shows such as the multiplatform programme Made With Pride. Jordan was promoted to News Editor at Made in Tyne & Wear in July 2016, and launched Teesside News on Made in Teesside in March 2017.

Amani Ibrahimi – Video Journalist
Amani lives in Middlesbrough but was born in Sweden and lived there for 8 years. She studied Multimedia Journalism at Teesside University where she received a First Class Honours alongside her NCTJ qualifications. After graduating, she went on to do work experience at Global Radio and then moved to London for a few months for an internship with Vox News, where she discovered her love for TV. She has a passion for investigative journalism and aims to use that to uncover local stories within Teesside.

Katie Andrews – Video Journalist and Presenter
Katie is a Video Journalist and Presenter from Saintfield, Co.Down Northern Ireland. Katie graduated with a First Class Honours degree from Teesside University and was named as the Video Journalist of the year. She has presented a series of episodes for Brilliant Northern Ireland which showcased local charities and projects. She has a real passion for journalism and is really keen to tell the stories that matter to the people of Teesside.

Jennifer Henry – Video Journalist and Presenter
Jennifer is from Coulby Newham in Middlesbrough. After living in Manchester while studying Broadcast Journalism at the University of Salford, she moved home to tell the stories of our region. She’s had experience at ITV, CBBC’s Newsround and TFM and has won two Royal Television Society Student Awards. Jennifer is passionate about giving the incredible people of our region a voice.