Broadcast News Archive for July, 2002
01/07/2002 MCD Auctions major sale takes place on July 3
MCD Auctions have announced that their next major sale by auction of video, camera, and studio equipment is to be held at Unit A, Twickenham Trading Estate, Rugby Road, Twickenham on July 3 at 10.30am

01/07/2002 MPC gets 'dirty' with Pot Noodle
The Moving Picture Company (MPC) have posted a five-ad national campaign for Pot Noodle, directed by Traktor at Partizan for HHCL and Partners. The ads, which were all shot in Prague, are based aroun

01/07/2002 NTL bondholders give Knapp second chance
Barclay Knapp, the NTL chief executive who presided over the company's slide into a £12 billion debt and Chapter 11 insolvency in the US, has been allowed to continue his reign at the troubled cable c

01/07/2002 OmniBus integrate workflow systems
OmniBus Systems have revealed that they have integrated workflow and task management applications, media asset management (MAM) solutions and their core broadcast automation infrastructure to run more

01/07/2002 Pepper gives Lenny the blues
Pepper have completed post production on 'Lenny Blue', the two-part Granada drama which is due to air at 9pm on ITV1 on July 1-2. The 2x75 minute drama stars Ray Winstone reprising the role of DC Len

01/07/2002 RTE publish details of top earners
RTÉ have finally revealed what their biggest stars earn after receiving applications to do so under the Freedom of Information Act. In an unprecedented move the broadcaster has let the pay details of

01/07/2002 Vivendi chief's position threatened by US faction
According to the Financial Times, Jean-Marie Messier's days are numbered at Vivendi Universal following a move by 13 US-based non-executive directors. The situation for Mr Messier has become so tenu