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The former editor turned celebrity TV interviewer has some explaining to do today as he faces an inquisition over phone hacking

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Morgan gives up America's Got Talent to 'focus on chat show'

Piers Morgan has quit the show that made his reputation in the USA and launched him to international stardom.

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The TV star has stepped down from the judging panel of the talent show after six years because he can no longer juggle his commitments with his CNN programme 'Piers Morgan Tonight'.

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George, Condi and Ricky welcome Piers to prime time

The boy can't help himself. As his new bosses at CNN yesterday encouraged America to "Get to Know Piers Morgan," the British presenter was doing his best to confuse his new American audience with abstract outpourings on Twitter about his rival self-publicist "Baron Sugar of Clapton" and the latest performance of the Arsenal reserves.

Britain finds an export star at last

Sales of British television programmes to the international market have hit an all-time high. Nick Clark reports

Piers Morgan confirmed as the new face of CNN

One of the worst-kept secrets in broadcasting has been made official with the announcement by CNN that it is to replace Larry King with Piers Morgan.

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Could Piers Morgan be the new Larry King?

CNN, the US news network that styles itself "The Worldwide Leader in News", has reportedly offered Piers Morgan, the Britain's Got Talent panellist, a £10m contract to replace Larry King as the host of its flagship interview show.

Piers Morgan set for US chat show

Piers Morgan is in talks to make a chat show in the US.

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