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BT seeks start-ups to innovate around sports fan engagement

BT seeks start-ups to innovate around sports fan engagement

BT is seeking entrepreneurs and start-ups to help it innovate around fan engagement and bringing viewers closer to the action

Amazon Studios boss Roy Price resigns after sexual harassment claim

Amazon Studios boss Roy Price resigns after sexual harassment claim

Amazon Studios head Roy Price resigned yesterday after being accused by a producer of sexual harassment.

Channel 5 sets up restaurant powered by nuns

Channel 5 sets up restaurant powered by nuns

Channel 5 is opening a pop-up restaurant with food cooked by nuns to promote its new show about "selfie-obsessed women".

Warner Bros New York pop-up to feature installations around cartoon realms

Warner Bros New York pop-up to feature installations around cartoon realms

Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo and several other Warner Bros characters are set to feature in a pop-up for New York Comic

Group M launches addressable TV business in UK

Group M launches addressable TV business in UK

Group M has launched a new UK business that aims to help TV advertisers target viewers more precisely as audiences

Man Utd boss expects Facebook and Amazon to enter TV rights mix as sponsors boost revenues

Man Utd boss expects Facebook and Amazon to enter TV rights mix as sponsors boost revenues

Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward told investors he expects Facebook and Amazon to "enter the mix" when the Premier

Bake Off's move to Channel 4 is a feast for commercialism

Bake Off's move to Channel 4 is a feast for commercialism

With the BBC's former ratings darling defecting to Channel 4, the show's public service shackles have been thrown off and

Channel 4 partners with brands for TV ads conveying sight loss

Channel 4 partners with brands for TV ads conveying sight loss

Channel 4 has teamed up with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and brands O2, Amazon Echo, Freeview,

Govt suggests moving only part of Channel 4 outside London

Govt suggests moving only part of Channel 4 outside London

The government is now considering moving only part of Channel 4 out of London, with a significant part of the

Channel 4's Bake Off debut drew 12m viewers including catch-up and online

Channel 4's Bake Off debut drew 12m viewers including catch-up and online

Channel 4's The Great British Bake Off debut was watched by a total of 12 million people, according to the