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At Prolific North, we cover all the essential news and updates surrounding media, marketing, and the creative sectors. From digital to broadcasting, and print to publishing, we are proud to keep our readers up to date with all the latest marketing news and digital marketing news in the North of England and Scotland including Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield.

107.6 Juice FM has become Aintree Racecourse’s official radio partner for the John Smith’s Grand National Festival.

“The Grand National, like Juice, is a Liverpool institution and the...

Search engine optimisation firm, SEONext is targeting a £6m turnover next year after revealing a £1.6m turnover for 2012.

This marks a 60% increase on 2011 for the Sharp Project-based...

The listed property retailing group CSC's (Capital Shopping Centres) planned rebrand of its portfolio of shopping outlets across the UK , will take effect from mid February. On Monday 18 February, the Trafford Centre will henceforth be known as intu Trafford Centre – no 'the'.

It’s been confirmed to Prolific North that Christian Spooner will be leaving Real Radio/Smooth Radio to become BBC Radio Merseyside’s news editor.

He’s been at Real and Smooth for a decade...

Broadcast union, Bectu says it has “real concerns” about the working conditions faced by staff and freelances in factual television.

It comes following research, which found that workers...

Business affairs and commercial consultancy firm, Rights.tv is opening an office at MediaCityUK in Salford.

Part of the Compact Media Group, its new northern base will be headed by Jane...

Animation and interactive developer Studio Liddell, has licensed Smiley Company’s iconic imagery to create a unique puzzle game for Apple mobile and tablet devices.

Shine North has recruited Rick Murray and Frank Smalley to joined its Manchester-based team, as executive producer and producer respectively.

Liverpool games developer Atomicom is one of just 13 companies nationally which has been awarded funding from Creative England's £5m Regional Growth Fund. Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and the Creative Industries, is to visit the company tomorrow - Thursday 17 January.

Moving On, the mini TV series of 45 minute dramas produced by LA Productions of Liverpool and aired on BBC1, is scheduled to return to the channel with a new five parter in mid Feb.

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