Broadcasting News

Here at Prolific North, we know that the world of broadcasting never stops, which is why we’re proud to be able to provide the very latest news and announcements in television, film, and radio. Check out some of the very latest industry news and updates below.

Jeremy Kyle "strongly believed" in lie detector tests, even though neither he nor ITV bosses knew how accurate they were, MPs have been told.

Fleur East, Greg Burns and James Barr are to front a new Manchester-based breakfast show on the Hits Radio Network.

Carol Ann Duffy is to lead a host of performers in a special BBC Radio 4 programme marking the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre.

All Together Now

MediaCityUK-filmed All Together Now, presented by Geri Horner and Rob Beckett, has not been re-commissioned by the BBC.

Danny Baker, who was sacked by BBC Radio 5 Live last month following accusations of racism, says he is bringing his show back as a podcast.

Grimmfest has announced that Pollyanna McIntosh will be attending this year’s event.

Channel 4 has teamed up with The TV Collective to open its doors to BAME-owned indies.

Los Angeles-based Picture Shop has completed the acquisition of The Farm from WPP.

Channel 4 has rubbished tabloid reports this morning that Lime Pictures’ Hollyoaks is facing the axe after “falling ratings.”

Declan Wilson has been named the new Head of TV and Online News for BBC England.


Subscribe to RSS - Broadcasting News