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  • Emap moves east

    Peterborough-based media group, Emap has announced a move into the growing Asian economy with the £3.7m purchase of 40.1 per cent of Mumbai magazine... Read More

  • Emap's CEO resigns

    Peterborough-based media group Emap has announced that its chief executive Tom Maloney has resigned after 26 years with the firm, to be replaced by... Read More

  • Emap to sell its Irish radio stations

    Peterborough-based media group Emap said it is considering the sale of its Irish radio stations, valued at around £100m in a trading update, in which... Read More

  • Eckoh responds to ITV statement

    Eckoh continues be engaged in fire-fighting in the wake of the ongoing saga of premium rate television phone-ins. ITV has issued a statement to the... Read More

  • Myriad wins campaign

    Ely-based Myriad PR has acted for the Haemophilia Society on the launch of a public inquiry into how and why 4,670 haemophiliacs were contaminated... Read More

  • WAR peace for Chamberlain

    Leading communications agency Ware Anthony Rust Ltd has acquired 100 per cent of the share capital of The Chamberlain Partnership Ltd. Leading... Read More

  • Emap's results manage market expectations

    Media group Emap has blamed weak market conditions for its full year results being at the bottom end of market expectations. It also said that it... Read More

  • Emap wins beauty parade

    The business-to-business division of Emap – Emap Communications – has announced the acquisition of Trades Exhibitions Limited (TEL) for a cash... Read More

  • Herts firm helps Qatar gear up for Games

    Hertfordshire-based firm Gearhouse Broadcast has installed the television and radio facilities for the world’s largest indoor sports venue, the 18-... Read More

  • Tech PR firm sets up shop in Cambridge

    Prominent technology PR agency, EML has opened up a branch in Cambridge. Headed up by director David Marsden, EML’s presence in Cambridge’s St. John... Read More

  • BT signs exclusive deal with Emap

    BT has signed an exclusive deal with Peterborough’s Emap to provide Emap-branded music video services and programming for BT’s next-generation TV-via... Read More

  • SHAREtrack 100 index set for launch next week

    Business Weekly will be launching the brand-new SHAREtrack 100 index in next week’s edition as part of an overhaul of its shares coverage both in the... Read More

  • Letchworth company acquired by Danes

    ATG Broadcast in Letchworth has been acquired by Danish company Danmon Systems for an undisclosed sum. ATG Broadcast in Letchworth has been acquired... Read More

  • Peterborough agency lands big contract with Invest Milton Keynes

    Peterborough-based advertising and marketing agency t2 has secured a three year contract worth £1.2m a year with Invest Milton Keynes(IMK).... Read More

  • Milton Keynes invests in t2

    Peterborough-based advertising and marketing agency t2 has secured a £3.6 million three-year contract with Invest Milton Keynes. Peterborough-based... Read More

  • Emap’s Middle East swoop

    Global media group, Emap plc, has acquired Middle Eastern online business news and information service, AME Info FZ-LLC, for a $24 million (£13m)... Read More

  • Emap sells interest in joint venture

    Emap Communications Ltd, the subsidiary of Peterborough-based Emap plc, has sold its 70 per cent interest in the joint venture Construction Research... Read More

  • Cambridgeshire PR agency ranked top in the East of England region

    Cambridgeshire PR agency, Myriad, has maintained its position as the top agency in the East of England according to newly published national league... Read More