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Piers Morgan Uncensored delivers 64 million global online views to date

Content from the first week of the Piers Morgan Uncensored show has delivered in excess of 64 million online views around the globe to date, reports News UK.

Piers Morgan Uncensored delivers 64 million global online views to date
Piers Morgan.

This figure includes all digital streaming and online consumption of video content from Piers Morgan Uncensored on Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, Samsung TV Plus, News Corp owned websites The Sun and the New York Post and the TalkTV website and app.

In its first week, the show has featured an interview with former President Trump and interviews with Tyson Fury, Sharon Osbourne and Caitlyn Jenner.

This figure does not include estimates of viewers of the live broadcast on linear TV in the UK nor in Australia, nor does it include streams on FOX Nation in the US nor audio listeners of the simulcast on TalkRadio. Content from the first shows has also been syndicated or licensed for usage in other European countries.

Scott Taunton, EVP, President of Broadcasting, News UK said: “Piers Morgan Uncensored is reaching audiences around the globe and content from the first week’s shows has seen tens of millions of views across streaming services, publishing sites and social platforms. We are delighted that this new content has created so much interest and is driving our digital business forward, bringing in new audiences and new revenues.”

Piers Morgan Uncensored is also streamed on FOX Nation in the US and broadcast on Sky News Australia and on TalkTV on linear TV platforms in the UK including Sky, Virgin Media, Freeview and Freesat. The show and its content are also distributed across a range of connected streaming platforms including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Samsung TV Plus and on YouTube, as well as via the Talk.TV website and TalkTV iOS and Android apps. TalkTV is also available via Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat and Twitter.

In Australia, Piers Morgan Uncensored delivered one of the strongest program launches in Sky News Australia’s 25 year history, debuting as the number one program on Australia’s leading subscription television provider Foxtel.


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