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Piers Morgan has been announced as the presenter of a new TV show.
The 56-year-old will host a new News Corp daily TV show, which will air on weeknights in the UK, US and Australia.
He will also be working as a columnist for The Sun and the New York Post.
As per the Independent, Piers said: "I'm thrilled to be returning to News Corp, which is where I began my media career more than 30 years ago.
"Rupert Murdoch has been a constant and fearless champion of free speech and we are going to be building something new and very exciting together.
"I want my global show to be a fearless forum for lively debate and agenda-setting interviews, and a place that celebrates the right of everyone to have an opinion, and for those opinions to be vigorously examined and challenged.
"I'm also delighted to become a columnist for The Sun and the New York Post, two brilliantly successful and popular newspaper brands.
"I'm going home and we're going to have some fun."
BREAKING: I've gone home. Great to be rejoining Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation after 28 years. The place I started my media career, with the boss who gave me my first big break. We're going to have a lot of fun.... pic.twitter.com/g6xBWvgXzd
- Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) September 16, 2021
Rupert Murdoch, executive chairman of News Corp, added: "Piers is the broadcaster every channel wants but is too afraid to hire.
"Piers is a brilliant presenter, a talented journalist and says what people are thinking and feeling.
"He has many passionate fans around the world and we look forward to expanding his audience in the UK, at Fox Nation, Sky News Australia, The Sun and the New York Post."
The show is set to launch in early 2022 and News UK has said the network will bring in names from across its radio stations and newspapers.
The show will be broadcast on a new channel, called talkTV.
Rebekah Brooks, chief executive of News UK, said: "We are committed to providing choice for television and streaming viewers and bringing the best of our journalism to the screen.
"Taking advantage of modern technology, we can produce high quality shows at low cost."
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