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This week's featured media jobs Today's headlines The winner of BBC1's MasterChef. P7 MPs to study text of ex-RBS boss Sir Fred Goodwin's injunction...P14 Apple says iPhone is not tracking users' location but admits but is storing data...G2 P2
Gordon Burns to step down from BBC North West Tonight Burns has lived in Manchester for over 30 years Gordon Burns is to stand down from BBC North West Tonight after nearly 15 years presenting the programme. The 68-year-old presenter announced he is
Kriwaczek with his wife, Jeannette, in 2008 Paul Kriwaczek was a radio and television producer and latterly an historian and author, a man whose cultural versatility and intellectual adventurousness were reflected in a richly variegated career.
The easy-going and avuncular Keith Fordyce was the highly reliable host of the chaotic live, beat music programme, Ready Steady Go!, which started in 1963. Part of its attraction was the potential for things going wrong and Fordyce was the ideal
BBC Bleak Expectations, Radio 4 's spoof Dickensian melodrama, is to be the latest Radio 4 comedy to transfer to television. Scriptwriter Mark Evans has been commissioned to write a TV version of his radio show for BBC2 , to be called Old Shop of
Nigel Reed brings his extensive experience, passion and knowledge of the game of soccer to his role as play-by-play announcer for Major League Soccer ON CBC. Reed has more than 20 years experience covering soccer, most notably a five-year stint from
Moving out of London makes creative and economic sense Those who believe that the only place where you can find great talent or make outstanding programmes is inside the M25 (London's orbital motorway) really should get out more. We live in a country
App to be available as a free download from tomorrow The BBC will launch an iPlayer application for mobile phones and iPads tomorrow. The free download will allow users to watch BBC TV and radio channels live on their gadgets as well as catch up on
No need to panic" screamed Channel 4 News on Friday, following the hospitalisation of Nelson Mandela. If only they had followed their own advice: when the news broke the day before, newsreader Jon Snow was despatched to catch the next flight to
Today's headlines Liberal Democrats complain to PCC over Telegraph's covert taping of MPs. P15 BBC raises targets for cuts to 20% to boost programming and tech investment...P2 Liberal Democrats complain to PCC over Telegraph's covert taping of MPs.