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The complication has not derailed the deal but, one insider said that Scripps executives were "no longer camped in a hotel in London" after the US broadcaster and newspaper group emerged as the preferred buyer in November. Scripps and Virgin Media
Dave the brand consultancy is part of London-based communications agency the Engine group , and fought a three-year battle to protect its identity after Dave the broadcaster sought to register its name as a European trademark...BBC and Virgin Media
From the moment the Conservative-led coalition government emerged from the post-general election horsetrading in early May, the BBC and its supporters were bracing themselves for a bruising licence fee renegotiation next year. However, everyone
T he Channel Nine chequebook is seemingly set to open again, with strong claims crooner Kate Ceberano is about to sign with Getaway. A source close to Ceberano told Insider the move was "imminent", although Nine declined to comment on the matter.
Shares in the chip-maker ARM Holdings have been much in demand in recent weeks after rumours of a potential takeover resurfaced. That chat, along with a good contract win with Samsung, almost sent the Cambridge-based company's shares to an eight-year
Channel 5 will stop being a Thinkbox shareholder from January 2011 and cease financially supporting the organisation. Other Thinkbox backers include ITV, Channel 4 and BSkyB. "Northern & Shell is committed to the future of Channel 5, to invest in
Good Food channel. "I'm a passionate advocate of local food, and supporting British farmers, so sampling the best the country has to offer, with food whipped up by brilliant chefs, is going to be a joy," said Smith. The latest series, called Market
STV recovery helped by the success of digital Published Date: 27 August 2010 STV, the Scottish broadcaster, yesterday confirmed recent evidence of an upturn in advertising and said it was now reaping the benefits of its digital media strategy.
In any case, the new owner would need to be approved by Worldwide. BBC, which is already under fire from rivals for what they claim is continuous empire building. Worldwide and Flextech, the content-arm of Telewest, had been rumored even before
BBC Worldwide Channels chief believed to be close to filling vacancy left by David Abrahams' move to Channel 4 Darren Childs...David Abrahams, resigned in January after he was appointed to the same post at Channel 4. Childs is currently managing