Not sure why this is getting credit, as it's ultimately a half finished, off brand studio in an imaginary space. It uses much more space than Sunrise currently has, and as SVRS always says, studio mocks should fit into actual dimensions, not ones you've plucked out of thin air.
The current space is currently known as the 'shoebox', whilst your set is much bigger compared to the current one - where has this space came from? Then, what is the screen set-up your using in this new set? It's much bigger than the current plasma they use, and also appears to be curved - unless you've also found the space to set up rear projection for this new screen, or Sky News will be engaging in a Product Placement deal for new curved Samsung TV screens, your set elements also don't make sense.
Also, whilst I appreciate the use of orange is to make it more breakfasty, it doesn't blend in well with the rest of the set, and the ticker, asides from just being a copy and paste 'it looked good on Good Morning Britain so if I put one in here my mock will be FAB', is, as others have mentioned, off brand and odd-looking. It also leads me back to dimensions - how is the ticker made? LEDs? Really tiny bevel-less plasmas? There's no point doing a studio mock if it wouldn't actually work! The set as a whole is off brand, and basically attempts to tack together some elements like wooden flooring used on 'warm' morning programmes whilst keeping the professional environment of Sky News. It's unrendered too, so doesn't benefit from reflections or anything, which would at least make it look less like a cartoon.
And finally, there's the newsroom. It's just some poorly lined up bits of a Lightwell design, that wasn't even for Sky News! As a result, the newsroom itself looks bad, and as there are four clear corners where you've just textured the walls, the perspective looks odd and the mock is cheapened further. Despite all the other foibles, an actual, decent recreation of the newsroom would be a good start, and it'd even make you begin to consider the space available for the set. A while ago I set about recreating their current newsroom, and whilst it's still a while off completion, it is far superior to some photos, with or without a render...
All in all, this is a poor mock - lots to be done to get it up to an acceptable standard IMO.
623058: it just seems like your an mp3 whore