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 broadcasting news and announcements in television, film, and radio. Check out some of the very latest industry news and updates below from locations around including Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield.

Tony Morris, the presenter of Granada Reports, ITV's regional news programme in the North West, has died at the age of 57.

Up to £17m is being earmarked for the Littlewoods Studios complex by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s Strategic Investment Fund.

Sarah Murch and Alison Lewis have been made redundant by Blakeway North’s parent company, Zinc Media.

Channel 4 is airing an ad-funded documentary about Liverpool manager, Jürgen Klopp.

The BBC Director General has led tributes to comedy director and producer, Sydney Lotterby OBE, who’s died aged 93.

Jessie Aru-Phillips is to present BBC Radio Merseyside’s Saturday Breakfast Show.

New research shows that Covid-19 has caused increased numbers of the UK population to actively avoid the news.

Nick, who was born and bred in Macclesfield, is one of the nation’s most prolific broadcasters.

The move is part of the broadcaster’s strategy to create create hundred of jobs in the area.

The Government has announced a dedicated £500m fund to help domestic film and TV productions struggling to get coronavirus related insurance.


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