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May, 2010

Graham Norton, the man expected to become the BBC’s highest-paid presenter this year, earned €1.15m from his company So Television last year, The Sunday Tribune reports.

Accounts filed in the UK show pre-tax profits at the production house jumped to €908,000 in the year to end-July 2009 compared with €190,000 the previous year.

Cork-born Norton is tipped to take over from Jonathan Ross in the BBC’s flagship Friday night slot.

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