The first thing that you need to know about Tango Echo Delta is that his name is not, in fact, Ted Kravitz. A while ago, a two-line Daily Mail column claims that he took a stage name rather than using his birth name, "Theodore Slotover", because "Ted Kravitz" was more Formula One-y. Or something. I have to say, he's not wrong there. "Slotover" just makes me think about Scalectrix (even though I had the Aurora set).
After an early career in general sport with radio stations, he joined Chrysalis in 1996 and then joined the new ITV team in 1997, initially as a producer. When James Allen left the pit lane a replacement was required, and somehow Ted managed to wangle the job - and a good thing too. I'm a big fan of his; he's an expert at being funny and informative with very limited airtime, and the information he's able to wheedle out of the garages is almost always extremely good and useful to know. Last year he began spreading his wings a little with a series of ten-minute post-race videos on the BBC website rounding up some of the stories (o9ften the more peripheral ones) of the day and tying up loose ends; the move to Sky will afford him the chance to do more of the same.
Ted should not be affected by the move to Sky; his job isn't to editorialise, it is to inform.
TED'S WEB PRESENCE