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Councillors in York will this evening consider allowing journalists, bloggers and other members of the public to film their meetings. It’s the latest council to look at the issue and the meeting comes after nearby Leeds City Council took the decision to prevent people filming public meetings last month.

Manchester’s Havas PR is helping bring Christmas to dogs and cats this year with the launch of a new Pets at Home app.

Sky News has signed breakfast presenter and well-known Manchester United fan Eamonn Holmes for a further five years.

The Ribble Valley’s new community radio group has raised £1,000 to apply for a full-time FM radio licence.

Studio North has secured three new clients and launched a new website for long-established intellectual property firm, Appleyard Lees.

The food discovery website and app which has every Manchester restaurant in its sights is ramping up activity in the city from next week. Zomato, which now has 750,000 users in the UK, started work in the city in July and has been busy refining the offering to take into account the northern differences.

The Prolific North Top 50 Integrated Agencies 2013 will be published next week. The ranking will detail for the first time the North’s leading integrated agencies spanning a wide range of advertising, marketing and creative consultancies.

An internationally-recognised collection of creative talents is being brought together for a 24-hour event in the city’s Baltic district called Liverpool X.

The Sentinel’s journalists are to be allowed access to local football team Port Vale once again. The Stoke-based newspaper had been locked out of the club following a dispute with the football club’s chairman Norman Smurthwaite.

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