ViacomCBS Networks UK has appointed Sarah Rose COO, responsible for the day-to-day running of ViacomCBS’ business in the UK.
The UK’s culture secretary has announced the launch of a government-backed scheme worth £500 million (€550 million) for domestic film and TV productions struggling to get coronavirus-related insurance.
WATCH VIDEO. A new streaming service called networkonair is making series available from ABC Television, which broadcast in the Midlands and Northern England between 1956 and 1968.
Sky Arts, the UK’s only channel dedicated to arts and culture, is to be made free for everyone this September.
The BBC Studios/ITV streaming platform BritBox is set to rollout to 25 countries worldwide.
Arqiva has created a cloud-based metadata management system for Digital UK.
Sky has partnered with TVSquared to help advertisers directly track linear, on demand and addressable TV campaigns to online visits and performance.
Vice has begun a gradual withdrawal of its television channels across Europe only four years after they were launched, as part of deep cost cuts.
Liberty Global and Telefónica are to create a 50/50 joint venture in the UK that will bring together Virgin Media and O2.
The English Premier League and EFL have suspended all fixtures until at least early April due to the threat of the coronavirus.