Fed up with boring financial jargon? Investing isn't all about the numbers. Here's why I'm a Celebrity could prove the boost ITV needs.
November and December are easy months for tabloid journalists. For the weeks that ‘I’m a Celebrity’ graces our television screens, the press doesn’t need to hunt out juicy gossip about minor celebrities. It is broadcast directly to them, every evening, for an hour from 9pm. For those unsure of its content (or indeed attraction), I’m a Celebrity is a reality programme where ‘celebrities’ – who will have risen from Z-list, to G-list (and maybe even C-list if they win) by the time the competition is over – enter the Australian jungle to accumulate fans. They spend their days moaning about…
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