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The power and influence of companies in the North is growing every day, so many Northern companies are looking to the capital for new clients, expansion, recruitment and growth.

Channel 4 has signed a first-of-its-kind strategic partnership with YouTube, to underline its aims to become a digital-first broadcaster.

Channel 4 has issued a “Climate Emergency Brief” for indies to produce “high-impact” shows to inspire audiences to engage with climate change.

Lime Pictures has named Becky Cadman as its new Creative Director: Formats and Talent.

Zinc Media Group’s popular factual label, Red Sauce, has expanded its team in Manchester and London.

A new media culture brand, set up by the team behind VICE, i-D, Boiler Room and LADbible is being backed by ITV.

The UK advertising market hit £32bn in 2021, almost £8bn ahead of forecasts.

The majority of Channel 4 content could be made in-house through new Government plans.

Lord Grade, who played a key role in the BBC’s move to MediaCityUK, is to become the new chair of media regulator, Ofcom.

IDnow, which has its UK based in Manchester is partnering with Interpol.

Zeal Creative is working on Rowse Honey’s new £4m marketing campaign to raise awareness of its work protecting bees and beekeepers worldwide.

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