Apr 3, 2017
Daily Mail to launch TV show in US
The Daily Mail will bring its populist brand of British tabloid news and entertainment to US television this year with a new series produced by talk show host Dr Phil. US TV stations already carry a number of syndicated entertainment shows, including Page Six TV, based on the New York Post's gossip section, TMZ and Entertainment Tonight. The move into TV is the latest attempt by the owners of the Daily Mail to diversify out of the traditional print business and expand its reach in the US. Book review. "DailyMail.com has established itself as a major player in the US media scene since we launched here six years ago and we are excited to take this next step in the development of the brand in partnership with the best producers in the business," said Martin Clarke, Mail Online publisher. The Daily Mail, which is run as a separate editorial operation from the website, is the second-biggest UK newspaper behind Rupert Murdoch's Sun with a circulation of 1.45m. But it is arguably Britain's most influential.
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