ITV draws up a shortlist of candidates to replace Adam Crozier as chief executive, with Sky's Andrew Griffith heading the list.

Each Friday in The Wrap, one of the North’s leading media and creative figures will be giving us their take on the news covered by Prolific North over the last seven days.

Manchester-based Excel Media Solutions has been liquidated and its staff made redundant.

Boxed Off is appointed by The Labyrinth Challenge to launch the world’s longest, continuous, inflatable obstacle course.

Lawrence Jones, CEO of UKFast, is calling on industry and government to engage in a more ‘collaborative’ approach to cyber-defence following the attack on the NHS.

Baltic Publications has appointed a new editor for its armed forces publication, Pathfinder International.

Bradford’s City Park will host a specially commissioned film festival featuring short films from across the world next month.

More than 250 academics, students, executives and business people from across the North and the UK filled The Hilton Hotel in Manchester for the third Educate North Awards, a unique event that celebrated the continued growth and success of the knowledge sector in the region

Edmund King, the president of the AA, has proposed a “radical new solution” to improve the country’s road network.

Inside Online has launched an online magazine as part of a digital marketing campaign for an online lending company.


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