Smedvig Capital has led a £5 million investment into content creator Quill, as the company looks to expand into new markets.
A media content business set up by the former CEO of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire owner 2waytraffic has been invested in by LDC.
Digital media company Vitesse Media has announced plans to raise £265,000 to fund the creation of a new crowdfunding platform.
Institutional Venture Partners has led a funding round into SoundCloud, as the business looks to ramp up its mobile penetration.
An online youth broadcaster set up by a schoolboy in 2006 has received an undisclosed investment from Miroma Ventures.
A business based at Manchester's MediaCity has netted £700,000 from the North West Fund for Digital & Creative.
Footfall123 was initially set up in Barcelona but has moved operations to London as it looks to revolutionise the way in which businesses run marketing campaigns.
A $5 million (£3.2 million) funding round for online marketing business TagMan has received commitments from Greycroft Partners and iNovia Capital.
The Business Growth Fund has closed its second August investment and added another IT and technology business to its portfolio.
New Business Growth Fund portfolio company York Mailing has followed up on its recent £10 million backing by acquiring The Lettershop Group.
Having spent the last year securing contracts with Tesco, DFS and New Look, e-commerce technology company Amplience has closed its second funding round.
Octopus Investments has led a £2 million Series A funding round into audience technology business Affectv.
American entrepreneur Rose Adkins possesses a strong CV, having worked for The Hollywood Reporter, Sundance Institute and Universal Pictures. Now she's chosen London to launch her ScreenHits business – GrowthBusiness finds out why.
InternetQ has raised £10 million via a new placing, with contributions coming from as far afield as North America.
London-based Digital Rights Group has been acquired by Modern Times Group for a consideration of £13.2 million.
Ping pong and Movember are things of the past for companies set to be backed by Ingenious Ventures' new media and creative industries seed fund, as the firm's CEO Patrick Bradley explains.
Start-ups in the media and creative industries are set to receive a boost from Ingenious Ventures following the launch of a new seed investment pot.
Urturn, a business which labels itself as a 'social platform for self-expression', has closed a $13.4 million Series A funding round.
Internet giant Yahoo! has continued with its big spending acquisition activity by buying blogging platform Tumblr for $1.1 billion.
The former CEO of Carlton Television has been recruited as chairman of Procam TV as part of the company's management buy-out.
From working in a bar in Australia and needing a suit for job interviews, Elliot Suiter is now building out a bespoke tailoring service making the most of a growing trend in online retail.
Fox Williams partner Peter Ashford and associate Evie Meleagos examine the issue of cross-border litigation and present the facilitators and impediments.
It's that time of the year again, when George Osborne unveils his latest batch of economy boosting ingredients.