STOP PRESS: Hill and Knowlton wins digital TV work

Hill and Knowlton this week won a six-figure fee account to handle the launch of pay television company British Digital Broadcasting (BDB) later this year. The agency will handle media relations and public affairs for BDB. Television companies Granada Group and Carlton Communications, which own BDB, are to spend pounds 550 million on marketing digital TV service over the next 12 years. Analysis, p7.

Hill and Knowlton this week won a six-figure fee account to handle

the launch of pay television company British Digital Broadcasting (BDB)

later this year. The agency will handle media relations and public

affairs for BDB. Television companies Granada Group and Carlton

Communications, which own BDB, are to spend pounds 550 million on

marketing digital TV service over the next 12 years. Analysis, p7.



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