Amazon Prime Video has secured the rights to 20 Premier League matches per season in a new 3 year deal.
Newcastle-based comedian, Lee Ridley is to make a second series of his sitcom, Ability, for BBC Radio 4.
Plans have been unveiled for a Hollywood standard filming complex at the iconic former Littlewoods building in Liverpool.
Leeds-based Jet2holidays will be a brand partner of ITV’s Love Island, which starts its fourth series tonight.
Russell T Davies is writing a new six-part drama for BBC One following a Manchester family called the Lyons over the course of 15 years.
XS Manchester has launched its new breakfast show, spearheaded by long-standing host Steve Berry and Sophie Sveinsson, who moves from the mid-morning slot.
Hits Radio, the reincarnation of Key 103, began broadcasting this morning with the breakfast show fronted by Strictly star Gemma Atkinson and former Blue Peter presenter Gethin Jones.
Sheridan Smith is to star in a new one-off drama about dementia for BBC1 by Cracker and Broken writer Jimmy McGovern.
MediaCItyUK-based production company Chief has created new titles for BBC Sport’s athletics coverage.
BAFTA-winning producer Louise Sutton is returning to Lime Pictures, where she started her career 15 years ago, as Executive Producer of scripted content.