Latest Creative News & Digital News

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, from Stoke to North Wales, the North West and South Yorkshire, all the way up to the North East.

Photolink has completed a new website for hair salon chain, Regis.

The Manchester-based agency had already been working in partnership with the brand to develop its social media content strategy and this is at the heart of the new site, with Twitter and Facebook updates as well as a daily blog.

Manchester United Soccer Schools (MUSS) has launched a global campaign to coincide with the launch of its new website.

The independently-owned company, Ffrees Family Finance, which only launched last year, has recruited four new members of staff to help plan and manage its core B2B and B2C promotional activities.

The deadline for submissions to the Prolific North Awards is 5pm today - Wednesday 27 March. After that we won’t be able to take any more entries - even if the dog really did eat your submission or the snow swept your PC or tablet away...

Alison Halstead, head of communications at Real and Smooth Radio, formerly GMG Radio, is leaving the company tomorrow – Thurs 28 March – to spend some time with her young family and reflect on her next challenge.

Newly appointed Controller of Radio 5 live, Jonathan Wall has today announced several changes to the station’s schedule, which will see an increased emphasis in its news and political output.

Journalists at the daily title, the Oldham Evening Chronicle, have been told that a temporary pay freeze introduced last November, is to be extended for a further six months.

Red Productions, one of the UK's leading TV indies, is about to begin filming its second comedy, Cabbage and Pat, for ITV while stepping up its efforts to identify co-production partners to secure commissions in the US.

Ridings Publishing, which was founded and is still controlled by Owen Oyston, has lost more than £1m over the past three years according to figures filed at Companies House. Other directors of the company include Stuart Hall and Bill Roache, aka Coronation Street actor Ken Barlow.

The author, broadcaster and well-known feature writer Flic Everett, is to move to a full time role as editor of a one year old website which she helped establish. The site - roadrailandsea.co.uk - aims to 'recapture the golden age of travel, planning unforgettable routes throughout Europe by car, train and ship'.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - News