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Just over a week after they first asked the UK government to work with them to support freelancers in the nation's creative sectors, the UK’s major broadcasters and producers have now called on the Culture Secretary to take steps to ensure they are eligible to qualify for  support schemes during the Covid-19 crisis.

Joining the plethora of media groups whose corporate trajectory has been jilted by the Covid-19 outbreak, RTL Group has informed the financial community that its Board of Directors has decided to withdraw its recent financial outlook statement.
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In a huge statement of intent for the company just as it gets into gear to launch the HBOMax direct-to-consumer service, leading entertainment and technology executive Jason Kilar has been named CEO of WarnerMedia.

In the middle of signing a series of distribution deals, NENT Studios company DRG has established a new partnership with independently operated Mexican studio Dopamine.
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Anticipating strong headwinds caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, mega media company ViacomCBS has announced that it has agreed to sell up to $2.5 billion in debt and withdraw previous guidance for its financial year.
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The shareholders of UK ISP TalkTalk Group shareholders have given formal approval for UK fibre broadband network provider CityFibre to acquire infrastructure and services firm FibreNation.
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With the uncertain financial fate of the country’s freelancers due to Covid-19, a significant number of whom work in the nation's creative sectors, the UK’s public service broadcasters have collectively ask the Government to work with them to support such workers during this unprecedented period.

In an inevitable move that has been greeted with reluctant acceptance by both sporting and broadcasting communities, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has pushed back this year’s Tokyo games until next year.