Channel 4 is to go behind the scenes of a “plus size” bridal shop in Yorkshire for a new one-off documentary.
The 60-minute documentary, My Big Fat Wedding, will be produced by Educating Yorkshire producer Twofour and is set to air later in the year.
The BBC is to give away up to one million of its new pocket-sized Micro:bit computers to children in what it says is its most ambitious education initiative for 30 years.
The computer, to be handed out to 11 and 12-year-old children across the UK, was today unveiled at an event in London.
Tangerine has been appointed by Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) to strengthen its online presence.
The Manchester agency says it will be delivering a “digital strategy and content-driven social media approach” to help the airport maximise online awareness around its ‘Faster, Easier, Closer’ message.
Context Public Relations has been reappointed by Informa Telecoms and Media to handle the PR for this year’s Broadband World Forum.
The agency, which also worked on the event last year, will work with a number of exhibitors on their PR and content programmes in the lead up to the conference, to be held in London in October.
West Yorkshire Playhouse has unveiled its new identity, created by Leeds agency Chilli UK.
Chilli, which was appointed in May after a four-way pitch, was tasked with “capturing the spirit and the venue’s standing” as the theatre celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
In May, we launched our attempt to identify the top 50 in-house communicators in the North – and here are the names in full.
The Prolific North Top 50 In-house Communicators 2015 has been sponsored by Havas Media Group.
Post-production company Flix has opened a new £1m facility at MediaCityUK, its fourth in Salford and Manchester.
The latest 5,500 sq ft base, located on the seventh floor of the White Tower, features four high-end finishing suites, two 5.1 dubbing theatres and a Da Vinci grading suite.
Tributes have been paid to a popular local radio commentator who was killed alongside his wife in a crash on the M1.
Brian Bradley, 76, and his wife Judith, 77, died when their car hit a tree on the side of the motorway near Rotherham, on Thursday.