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Vincent Browne to Step Down from TV3's Tonight Show
06 Jul 2017 :
TV3 has confirmed that Vincent Browne will be stepping down as presenter of the Tonight programme from the end of July after ten years at the helm of one of the country’s most influential and respected current affairs programmes. He is doing so for personal reasons.

Vincent Browne is recognised as one of Ireland’s most renowned and respected journalists and is known for his no-nonsense style of interviewing and his ability to give viewers a voice during turbulent economic and political unrest.

Bill Malone, Director of Programming at TV3 said;

“Vincent has made an extraordinary contribution to Irish journalism and to Irish broadcasting. As the presenter of the Tonight Show, Vincent encapsulated the mood of the nation during unprecedented economic and political turmoil. His commitment to highlighting inequality and injustices in Irish life has been unwavering over his journalistic career”.

“TV3 would like to take this opportunity to thank Vincent for his contribution to the station and to wish him the very best.”




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