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Yorkshire Tea has agreed a three-sponsorship deal with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). Former England and Yorkshire cricket captain Michael Vaughan will today officially unveil the deal with the brand - which is produced by Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate - at Lord's.

Timeline TV has continued its bumper start to life at MediaCityUK with production and editing work on the latest series of hit CBeebies show Mr Bloom's Nursery. The company, which has its head office at Ealing Studios in London, moved into its new MediaCityUK base in May.

BJL has unveiled new artwork and signage as part of Provident Financial’s sponsorship of Bradford Bulls rugby league team. The four-year deal, announced in November, will include the renaming of the Bulls' ground to The Provident Stadium, a shirt sponsorship and a partnership with the club’s academy.

The Sun has added Dan Howlett as a general news reporter at its Manchester office. The newspaper opened its office in the city last year, seven years after News International closed its previous Manchester office.

Gyro has appointed Stephen Brunt as the new head of planning at its Manchester office. Brunt moves from TBWA, where latterly he was strategy director, and he has also worked as a strategic analyst at the Central Office of Information.

Jon Clements, the former partner and head of B2B at Staniforth PR, has launched his own consultancy Metamorphic PR .

Clements, one of fewer than 40 Chartered PR practitioners in the UK,...

Tributes from across the world of sport have been paid to David Oates after the former BBC radio commentator's sudden death yesterday. Oates, who worked for the BBC for more than 25 years, died in hospital after a short illness.

The modern newspaper editor’s dilemmas are many. In a metropolis the size of London for example you would expect the 13 million citizens to support a paid-for evening title. It doesn’t. Paid for circulations are inexorably shrinking, writes Mark Dickinson, former editor-in-chief of Trinity Mirror North West and of the Midlands.

Manchester-based journalist, Rzhwan Amin, remains in the UK following notice of a judicial review.

The Kurdish-Iraqi asylum-seeker had settled in Tameside after fleeing Iraq.

Magic AM’s 8 North of England stations have been given permission to drop local output by the broadcasting regulator Ofcom.

This will mean shared content across all stations and no requirement for local news.


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