The Week

- Warner Brothers Pictures UK has handed Sterling Media a contract to manage comms campaigns for its Bollywood film releases.

- Bite Communications is broadening its remit into entertainment after winning accounts with new music channel 4Music and Box Television.

- Zoom airlines' collapse last week has resulted in Media House International losing its PR account. The low-cost transatlantic carrier has suspended all flights.

- Good earth teas, the organic tea range owned by the Tetley Group, has appointed Communique PR to handle its comms.

- eurocamp has drafted in Connectpoint to handle its PR after a four-way pitch.

- Ex-Sunday Mirror assistant editor Sally Morris has launched a new PR training company, What the Press Wants.

- The National Trust for Scotland charity has hired DADA to carry out a two-year campaign for its new multi-million pound Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.

- sae institute, the world's largest private digital media college, has chosen 3 Monkeys Communications to help launch two new campuses in the UK.

- OPUS ARTS has hired Idea Generation to launch its art fair in London later this year. Kounter Kulture is a 11,500 square-ft free art fair.

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