Media company, PLTV News is to collaborate with the University of Central Lancashire to showcase the work of its graduates.
Based in Nelson, PLTV was formed last year to provide a hyperlocal television service and magazine for the Pennine region.

Little Chef has named We Are Creation as its new design agency as it embarks on a major rebrand and repositioning.

It follows a change in senior management at the chain of restaurants, headed up by new chief executive Graham Sims.

Gary Pretty, the deputy head of development at Mando Group has been invited to join an influential Microsoft advisory board.
The Windows Azure Mobile Services Advisory Board is described as being small but having global reach and influence on the direction of Windows’ mobile products and services.

Leftfield Pictures has revealed that the UK remake of its hit US series, Pawn Stars, will be centred on a pawn shop just outside Chester.
History has ordered an initial 8 episodes of Pawn Stars UK, to air in the Autumn in the UK and then on its international channels.

BBC's research and development team used NAB 2013 to reveal the commercial version of its wireless camera linking technology, Stagebox.

It’s been created to enable programme makers to link a number of cameras and send high definition content over a standard internet connection.

Staff from around the world have descended on Cheshire to celebrate 40 years of IAS B2B and its future as Stein IAS.

Tim Hazelhurst founded the agency in 1973 as Industrial Art Services in Bollington

Dawn Williams has joined Madhouse from TBWA to oversee a number of its largest accounts, including Toyota.
As account director at the Manchester agency she will oversee its largest clients, including Toyota, Johnston Press and K3.

Manchester-based Brother UK has appointed Julia Harrison as its new senior communications manager
The newly created role is part of the company’s “ambitious growth plans” for 2013 and she’ll report directly to head of marketing, James Lawton-Hill.

Liverpool’s Curly Productions has completed a series of online how-to videos for cleaning firm, Kärcher.

As rumours of warm weather gather pace, Kärcher, is embarking on a major campaign to promote its range of high pressure washers, steam cleaners and window vacs, for when Spring eventually arrives.

The Department for Education has approved the opening of a series of creative studio schools, including one in the North of England.

The aim behind them is to give teenagers mainstream qualifications, which are linked to the world of work.


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