ABC News Correspondent, ESPN Football Analyst and former NFL Quarterback Jesse Palmer has today been announced as host of DailyMailTV, the new daily syndicated series from Stage 29 Productions and DailyMail.com, which will launch across the United States on Monday, September 18, 2017. Palmer joins DailyMailTV from ABC News where he is a Special Contributor for Good Morning America. He is also an analyst for ESPN, a role he will continue while hosting DailyMailTV. Of his appointment, he said: "I'm honored to be joining DailyMailTV. I've always been a huge fan of DailyMail.com, so to bring the world's most read English language newspaper website to television for the first time is an opportunity I couldn't refuse. "I love telling stories that engage and excite Americans and to be able to do this five days a week on DailyMailTV is a dream come true." DailyMailTV will bring the best of DailyMail.com to life on television. From exclusive stories to breaking news, showbiz, politics, crime, health and science and technology, DailyMailTV will be must-watch television. Sharing captivating stories from across the United States and around the globe, viewers will become addicted to DailyMailTV, just as they have to DailyMail.com.
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Paul Michael Dacre (; born 14 November 1948) is an English journalist and editor of the British newspaper the Daily Mail. He is also Editor-in-Chief of DMG Media, which publishes the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday, the free daily tabloid Metro, the Mailonline website, and other titles. He is a Director of the Daily Mail and General Trust plc (Associated Newspapers' holding group) and was a member of the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) from 1999 to 2008. He left the PCC in order to become Chairman of the PCC's Editors' Code of Practice Committee from April 2008. His departure from the post was announced in early December 2016. In the British Press Awards, organised by the Society of Editors, Dacre's Daily Mail has won the “Newspaper of the Year” category on six occasions, twice as often as any other title. On 1 October 2018, Dacre is due to become Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Associated Newspapers and will stand down as Editor of the Daily Mail in the following month.
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Dacre succeeded (the by then) Sir David English as editor of the Daily Mail in July 1992. Dacre had turned down an offer from Rupert Murdoch to edit The Times believing that Murdoch “would not accept my desire to edit with freedom”. It was his approach to the job of editor, “hard-working, disciplined, confrontational” according to Roy Greenslade, which had led Murdoch to attempt to hire him. For the Mail, Dacre was considered important enough to necessitate sidelining someone thought unsackable; English became editor-in-chief and Chairman of Associated Newspapers, then the parent company. Dacre was known in the summer of 1992 to be against Britain's membership of the Exchange Rate Mechanism (this was shortly before Black Wednesday in September when Britain was forced out of the ERM) and the Maastricht Treaty. Several leaders in his last weeks at the Standard asserted that “Maastricht is dead” (on 10 June); “Unrealities in the EEC” (sic, 29 June); and an appeal to prime minister John Major, 'Come on, John, gizzaballot" (30 June). In contrast, English was a Europhile and allowed more international content in the paper. Dacre apparently ceased publishing a page on World News and an American diary as soon as possible after he took over. After English died in March 1998, Dacre himself became the Mail Group's editor-in-chief the following July, in addition to remaining as editor of the Daily Mail.
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