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The Scarborough Review, a new free monthly newspaper which launches this summer, has moved into its office today and disclosed more launch plans.

Keolis of France, one of Europe's largest public transport operators, has selected Citypress to manage its UK public relations brief. The company is controlled by the French state rail operator SNCF.

The Sunday Sport is launching a new consumer technology and gadget section entitled ‘John Fitzpatrick - Gadget Man’ at the end of this month.

It is now just a little over a year since the BBC's presence at MediaCity in Salford became fully operational. With another 700 or so posts to be further relocated to Salford over the next few years, we take stock of what's actually now on the ground in Salford.

The personal injury-led law firm Hampson Hughes is to make its commercial advertising debut on TV with a campaign managed by Media Agency Group.

Newcastle-based Admiral PR has created a report measuring the top performing 200 companies in the North of England, using over 15 different social media and online ‘markers’, to discover how they fare in terms of making the most impact from their use of social media.

Procam Television, which has operations in London and Manchester has undergone an MBO with the company stating it has plans to accelerate the company's expansion by launching as yet unnamed new facilities and services in both London and Manchester in the coming months.

Nicola Stout, head of HR across all of the BBC's news operations in the North, has joined Lime Pictures in Liverpool as its new head of HR.

As part of some new senior changes announced at the BBC, Peter Salmon the director of BBC North, has been given additional responsibilities to his current role leading the divisions based at MediaCity in Salford.

Auto Trader, once the indispensable bible for all car buyers and sellers that sold over 300,000 copies a week, will print its last edition next month with the loss of 150 jobs.. Following our report in March revealing that Trader Media Group had entered consultations with staff, the company has confirmed it will complete its transition to digital-only when it publishes its last hard copy on June 28.

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