Piers Morgan to join IAB Engage 2015 line-up

Posted on: Monday 31 August 2015

Piers Morgan, journalist and TV personality, and current US editor-at-large for Mail Online is set to speak at the IAB’s flagship Engage conference on 15 October.

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Piers Morgan, journalist and TV personality, and current US editor-at-large for Mail Online is set to speak at the IAB’s flagship Engage conference on 15 October.

The TV personality is well known for his ITV show ‘Piers Morgan’s Life Stories’ in which he interviews famous guests about their lives. He is also known for being a former judge on America’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent.

Morgan will join the IAB’s CEO Guy Phillipson for a fireside chat on stage at The Barbican, London. Other speakers at the conference include representatives of Airbnb, Facebook, The Walt Disney Company, OMD, PwC, Yahoo and more.

Comedian and actor Jack Whitehall will also be closing the full day conference, the theme of which is ‘Higher Ground’ – inspiring marketers to raise their game, using data wisely to reach for the higher ground.

IAB’s CEO, Guy Phillipson said: "From his early days in Fleet Street, through reality TV on both sides of the pond, and now the US Editor at Large for Mail Online, Piers Morgan has experienced the media revolution first hand. He's also never short of strident opinions, and I can't wait to interview him at IAB Engage"

 

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