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Following the end of its eight-year deal with Comparethemarket.com last November, ITV is searching for a new sponsor for Coronation Street.

London football fans of all ages and visitors from across Europe will be able to watch England matches, the semi-finals and final of the UEFA EURO 2020 Football Championship at a special Fan Zone in Greenwich Park.

Jane Horrocks is to star in a new six-part Sky One comedy series about paramedic partners in the South London ambulance service.

BBC Chairman Sir David Clementi will warn that replacing the licence fee with a subscription service could potentially spell the end for CBeebies and CBBC and wipe out its regional coverage.

Channel 4 is to return to Victorian London for a second series of Year of the Rabbit.

Top Gear is to move to BBC One following a successful relaunch on BBC Two.

Jungle Creations will produce almost 70 pieces of content to be distributed across Jungle Creations’ owned and operated media brands.

Dotun replaces Rhod Sharp, who has been with the station since its launch in 1994 but announced he was standing down last year.

Phillip Schofield, ITV co-presenter of This Morning, has said he was "coming to terms with the fact I am gay" in an Instagram post.

Channel 4's 2020 series of First Dates, the channel's second-biggest 10pm show in 2019, will be sponsored by home furnishings retailer Dunelm.

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