Jeremy Clarkson, Germain Jenas, and LBC presenter Nick Ferrari top the star-named “wish list” being sued in court to showcase the show on Rupert Murdoch’s new television station. I am. Me Have learned.
TalkTV, the latest attempt by the media mogul to disrupt the television industry, will broadcast a combination of news, sports and entertainment shows, scheduled to air early next year.
Piers Morgan became the first big name to sign, announcing the show on talkTV and signing a £ 50m global deal to join Murdoch’s UK and US newspapers as columnist.
Murdoch is ready to offer “big bucks” to secure a proven television talent to join Morgan at stations that have the ambition to challenge the BBC and Sky.
Already a Sunday Times and Sunday Times columnist, Clarkson is at the top of the list of stars Murdoch wants to see on talkTV. Me I understand.
A longtime companion to Murdoch, the former Top gear The host has a contract with Amazon Prime. Clarksons Farm Reality shows are coming back.
He may also want to participate by his Amazon Grand tour Colleagues Richard Hammond and James May in a new venture.
Jenas is recognized as one of the most sensitive football professionals on television and is active in the BBC and BT Sport.
A versatile broadcaster, he will also co-announce One show And I was able to work beyond entertainment and sports for talkTV.
Ferrari will be an important addition to the lineup as the new station relies heavily on content from talkRADIO sister stations.
Ferrari, who won the Press Club Journalist Award last week, is good at teasing talks from barbaric ministers and guests over the phone at his LBC breakfast show.
The new station has the potential to attract more viewers to the show released by Chris Evans and Graham Norton on UK News UK-owned Virgin Radio.
Former Channel 4 star Miquita Oliver has signed up to co-publish a weekly Sunday Times brand arts and culture review.
Karren Brady and Julia Hartley Brewer, along with Jeremy Kyle, will be prominent on talkTV and will return to air as talkRADIO presenters after the controversial ITV series is unveiled, starring Rob Linder. ..
Rehearsals are already underway at the new television studio built to present breaking news on talkRADIO from NewsUK’s headquarters in London Bridge.
News Britain declined to comment.