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A Yorkshire entrepreneur has appealed for "the best digital design company" in the region to help him create a new children's animation business in Leeds.

A Wirral blogger has been banned from filming a public council meeting - despite the government recently publishing a guide which explicitly states it should be allowed. John Brace provides extensive coverage of the council's meetings on his blog but was told to stop recording a session of the planning committee on Thursday.

Yahoo! is to broadcast a new monthly gameshow, which will feature the stars of Lime Picture’s The Only Way is Essex and Monkey Kingdom’s Made in Chelsea
#Spinthebottle is a 6 x 30 minute series which will air through Yahoo’s celebrity gossip site, omg and claims it’s the first ever Twitter-led gameshow.

The Big Chip Awards took place in Manchester last night with Tuna Technologies in Sheffield (3 awards) and Liverpool’s Uniform (2 awards) taking the headlines.

A major weekend of sport and music collides this weekend with the BBC’s digital and sports teams preparing for 360 hours worth of digital content.
This is material that made for the “four screens” - PCs, mobiles, tablets and connected televisions.

Vanilla Storm in Manchester has been working on a new website for the War Widows’ Association.

Completed ahead of Armed Forces Day on June 29th, the new site has been redesigned with a “modern, fresher look.”

Nomad Games, which was established in the wake of THQ’s decision to move development to Canada has won funding from the North West Fund for Digital & Creative.

The Lymm-based firm produces games for mobile, tablets and PCs, based on board games.

Cravendale, the Leeds-based milk brand is to launch loyalty scheme, Love Cravendale next month.
Designed by Saatchi & Saatchi subsidiary, Outside Line, which also produced the firm’s website, customers will be rewarded for collecting codes from its 2 litre bottles.

Everton Football Club has successfully appealed a decision, by the Authority for Television on Demand (ATVOD), that it was providing an on demand video service by putting Everton TV on its website.
It meant that the club would have had to pay a fee to show the content.

Digital design agency magneticNorth has unveiled its new website for Cheshire-based tour operator Journeys of Distinction.

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