Johnny Vaughan chooses Henry's House

TV personality Johnny Vaughan this week chose entertainment

specialist Henry's House to manage his PR. MD Julian Henry has been

trusted by Vaughan to raise the profile of his new chat-show, which will

be shown on digital channel BBC Choice in the new year. This is the

first time Vaughan, pictured above with Joan Collins, has employed his

own PR company.



While presenting The Big Breakfast, PR was handled in-house by Channel

4. Since he left that show, however, Vaughan's stock has fallen

following his widely criticised self-penned sitcom, 'Orrible.' The

chat-show market is overcrowded with the likes of Parky and Graham

Norton. We're looking to ensure Johnny's fans know when and where his

show is on, and can understand his humour,' Henry said.



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