Over £100,000 owed to media, marketing and communications companies by crisis-hit Rangers FC

In revealing its levels of debt, Rangers Football Club's administrators Duff and Phelps have released the details of companies and individuals still owed money by the club, with over £100,000 due to media, marketing and communications companies and professionals, including MediaCom, Media House, Newquest and Big Think.

The administrators today released financial information relating to the club, which entered into administration last month, with a list of creditors and the money due - this included PR firm Media House, owed £19,200, now closed design agency Navyblue, which was due nearly £7,000, media buyer MediaCom, owed over £11,000 and the club's advertising agency Big Think, was was only brought on board months ago, and is due nearly £15,000.

The list of media and communications companies, as well as media professionals advising the club, released by the club today includes;

Media House - £19,200.00

Big Think - £14,265.60

MediaCom - £11,544.42

Navyblue - £6,960.00

Newsquest (Herald & Evening Times) - £1,500.00

PR newswire - £300.00

Pineapple Photographic Products - £5, 875.00

Pineapple Aroundshot - £2,316.96

Plum Films - £3,000.00

Search Promotional Merchandise - £6,240.00

Solutions.tv - £2,652.00

Sound Acoustic Productions - £12,000.00

Sporting iD - £144.70

Spike Multimedia - £5,312.50

Sign Plus - £2,473.22

Scotprint - £7,514.00

Scotrae Productions - £17,058.94

Ross Promotional Productions - £1,022.88

IMG Media - £180.00

ILC Media - £2,040.00

G Media Management - £995.00

Events Audio Visual - £300.00

Daily Record & Sunday Mail - £312.00

Cask Productions - £1,919.60

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