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About Entertainment News

Entertainment News is the frontrunner for quality showbiz content. Formed more than 20 years ago, Entertainment News is the largest syndicated showbiz provider in the UK, providing rolling audio, text, and video stories. Entertainment News supplies content to more than 140 UK commercial radio stations, with an audience of 9.34 million people weekly across the UK. We also work with online partners including Yahoo!, attracting millions of views a month with our video content, both in the UK and internationally.   Entertainment News is part of the Creative team at 7digital, the global leader in end-to-end digital music solutions.
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Entertainment News’ coverage is recognised around the globe. We’re a gold winner at the European Radio Awards for Best Regular Showbiz Feature, while our award winning service has been a finalist at the prestigious Sony Radio Academy Awards.

The Radio Academy’s Radio Production Awards has recognised Entertainment News’ content, making it a finalist in the Best Entertainment Producer category.

The busiest bodies in town, Entertainment News also undertake special projects including the MTV EMA, where we make our material available to any radio station around the world, including those who do not take our service, free of charge. 

One-minute self-contained, fully-produced, entertainment audio bulletins are provided four times a day at key times during breakfast, morning, lunch, and drive day-parts.

The Team

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A dedicated team of journalists and presenters source, interview, and distribute text, audio and video packages from the world of film, music, television and theatre. 

Follow the team on our Facebook and Twitter pages and read about our featured journalists below. 


For all queries please contact Entertainment News' Managing Editor Fae Clerey

Email: fae.clerey@entertainmentnews.co.uk


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Fae Clerey, Managing Editor

After studying Multi-Media Journalism at Bournemouth University Fae went on to work for BBC Guernsey, where she presented and produced radio shows as well as working as a TV journalist and news reader. After five years at the BBC Fae made the leap to London and joined Entertainment News.

Fae had the immense pleasure of interviewing Channing Tatum on her first day and it’s been onwards and upwards ever since. Fae became Film Editor soon after starting and has got stuck into the world of movies. She’s interviewed the likes of Johnny Depp, Ricky Gervais, Benedict Cumberbatch, Kate Winslet, Colin Farrell, Bradley Cooper and Charles Dance to name just a few. She was also part of the Entertainment News team who covered the MTV EMAs in Milan and has covered the BAFTAs and London Film Festival.

Emma Williams, Music Editor

Emma joined Entertainment News after working across some of south Wales’ biggest commercial radio stations, including The Wave and Swansea Sound, Nation Radio and Town and Country’s west Wales county stations. While working as Nation Radio’s breakfast newsreader, Emma became a regular co-host on the Big Welsh Wake Up and and co-presented Madness’ gig at Chepstow racecourse in July 2015.

As well as working in radio, Emma’s also worked as a freelance contributor to MTV UK News online, and previously worked as a researcher for Welsh-language production company Green Bay on their S4C series, DNA Cymru. Emma also occasionally contributes to Ifan Evans’ C2 show on BBC Radio Cymru.

Since joining the team, Emma’s covered some of the biggest red carpet events, including the Spectre royal world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall, the European premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and the 2016 BRIT awards and National Television Awards.

Charlotte Long, Broadcast Journalist

Before joining Entertainment News, Charlotte worked in radio station newsrooms across the country, including Heart Radio, 964 Eagle, Pirate FM, Jack FM, Radio Jackie and Lincs FM. She also wrote for various magazines and news websites, including Metro and Huffington Post.

Charlotte decided to get into journalism after living in New York, where she reviewed up-and-coming bands for a music website, including the then-unknown Bastille. It pushed her to study for her gold standard NCTJ and 100-words-a-minute shorthand and to work for a local newspaper. Fresh out of journalism school, Charlotte worked as a radio station mascot, Wilbur the Bear, and could be found making appearances at local events.

So far at Entertainment News, she’s interviewed Michael Fassbender, Jude Law, Guy Ritchie, Sean Bean, Aidan Turner aka Poldark (a career high), Charlie Hunnam and Bananarama, but waits patiently until the day comes when she can meet her hero, Leonardo DiCaprio.