Jeremy Kyle is to great number a new chief time show on TalkTV, delivering a review of the day’s news with viewers at its heart.
Jeremy, who joined News UK last September as excursion Time great number on TalkRadio, had already appeared on new chief time panel show The Talk as a surprise guest earlier this week, alongside Sharon Osbourne.
When it launches, his new show will join The News Desk with Tom Newton Dunn, docks Morgan Uncensored and The Talk in the chief time part of TalkTV later this year. Until then, Jeremy will continue to great number excursion Time, simulcast on TalkTV and TalkRadio, in addition as guesting on The Talk. Since joining TalkRadio at excursion Time, Jeremy has pushed 25% growth in reach on the quarter and 51% growth year-on-year, according to RAJAR examination.
Jeremy Kyle said: “I’ve absolutely loved going back to my radio roots these last seven months. It’s been a lot of hard work but a lot of fun too – interviewing everyone from Jacob Rees-Mogg to Eddie The Eagle Edwards but also speaking to listeners every day about the things that average most to them.
“The radio show has done really well but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want to great number my own TV show too!”
Scott Taunton, EVP, President of Broadcasting, News UK said: “Jeremy Kyle is a consummate broadcaster. He has made a big impact since joining TalkRadio last year and I’m delighted that he has agreed to set afloat a new show on TalkTV, building out our chief time schedule later this year.”
A bold new voice in news, current affairs, argue and opinion, TalkTV launched at 7pm on Monday 25 April and is obtainable on Sky Channel 526, Virgin Media Channel 627, Freeview Channel 237 and Freesat Channel 217. TalkTV is also streamed via Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Samsung TV Plus and on YouTube, in addition as via the Talk.TV website and TalkTV iOS and Android apps. TalkTV is also obtainable via Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat and Twitter.
The News Desk with Tom Newton Dunn gives viewers the news that matters to them in a straight and balanced way. News UK’s world-beating stable of specialist journalists from print and broadcast join Tom every night to proportion the very latest in their fields, from The Times‘s political team to The Sun‘s showbiz desk, talkSPORT‘s correspondents in addition as business reporters from across News Corp’s titles. It also features agenda-setting interviews and a regular discussion with a peerless panel drawn from across the political spectrum including: Adam Boulton, Anas Sarwar, Bim Afolami, Emily Sheffield, Grace Blakeley, Isabel Oakeshott, James Slack, Kate McCann, Miatta Fahnbulleh and Tan Dhesi.
docks Morgan Uncensored, fronted by one of the most outspoken and popular figures in international broadcasting, is a fearless forum for lively, intelligent argue and agenda-setting interviews; celebrating free speech and the right for people to proportion their views. In a global first, the new and rare sixty minute daily show will be broadcast on weeknights in the UK on TalkTV, streamed on FOX Nation in the US and aired in Australia on Sky News Australia.
The primetime set afloat schedule also features The Talk with the mythical Sharon Osbourne. Airing weeknights on TalkTV, the panel argue brings together five opinionated famous faces – all from different backgrounds and with differing views – to argue the most interesting stories of the day. Covering topics from the UK and around the world, the panellists serve up their outspoken views in an honest and straight-talking argue. Across sixty minutes, the five personalities thorough-dive into the issues most affecting viewers, from news to politics, crime to health and entertainment to sport.
TalkTV’s primetime schedule also simulcasts on TalkRadio. And TalkRadio’s list of daytime talent, including Julia Hartley-Brewer, Mike Graham, Ian Collins and Jeremy Kyle, broadcast on TalkTV. TalkRadio has seen fast growth in recent years across all platforms, including digital radio and the TalkRadio app, on YouTube and has been broadcasting successfully on TalkRadio TV since last year.
TalkTV broadcasts live in the UK from state-of-the-art studio facilities in Ealing and at News UK’s News Building headquarters in London Bridge.
Everyone in the UK can access TalkTV and its programming, live or on-need, either on their television or on any personal device. The channel will be streamed live and made widely obtainable on all platforms, including linear TV and OTT, with content obtainable across social media in addition as News UK’s own general inventory of websites and apps.
News UK continues to hire some exceptional new talent to join a schedule of chief time programming for the evenings with further announcements in the coming weeks.
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