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BBC drama boss Ben Stephenson has ruled himself out of the race to become the next BBC1 controller.
The television remake of Beverly Hills Cop could still make it to air despite US network CBS passing on the show.
TalkTalk is in discussions about distributing the BT Sport channels on YouView, as the quadplay provider moves to beef up its TV offering.
US cable station USA Network has ordered a full series remake of British medical comedy Sirens.
BBC2’s latest documentary on the London Underground picked up a sizeable audience on Thursday evening – as Murder on the Home Front lost nearly 900k viewers.
BBC drama boss Ben Stephenson will not be the next BBC1 controller - but who should get the job?
Broadcast’s industry review section You the Jury takes a look at BBC2’s new natural history show Ice Age Giants.
Digital pounds or another case of the emperor’s new (media) clothes, asks Mostyn Goodwin
Highlighting best practice will help C4 forge better relationships, says Lisa Campbell.
It’s time for experimentation, not complacency, says Pat Younge.
Away from commercial pressures, we can dig a little deeper, says Caroline Diehl
Commercial radio must win departing Radio 1 listeners says Paul Robinson
ITV has ordered a full series of a revival of Through the Keyhole, with Keith Lemon snooping around celebrity homes.
Former Channel 5 deputy news editor and Sky entertainment commissioner Vikki Cook has been appointed head of news and current affairs for local TV station London Live.
Shed Media’s Ricochet has promoted its director of factual entertainment Simon Knight to the newly created position of creative director.
STV Group non-executive chairman Richard Findlay is to retire on 31 August following a six year tenure.
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Channel 5 has ordered a fast turn-around doc about the Cleveland kidnappings from ITN Productions.
Anna Richardson, Dawn Harper, Jake Humphrey and Kate Silverton are among the line up at next week’s RTS Future’s debate on what it takes to make it as a TV presenter.
Channel 4 chairman Lord Burns has pledged to monitor the broadcaster’s relationship with the indie sector, but said that much of the recent criticism of the C4 creative process had been “blown out of proportion”.
Ian Katz and Jamie Angus have been confirmed as editors of flagship news programmes BBC2’s Newsnight and Radio 4’s Today.
Channel 4 has ordered a one hour current affairs special delving into the unsolved murders which took place in the French Alps last September.
Spun Gold TV has created spin-off Brassy TV as part of plans to diversify its supply base and build new commissioning relationships.
Machinima, the US online video network, is entering the UK market, with plans to spend six-figure sums on original commissions.
The latest issue of Broadcast TECH, which contains an interview with BBC S&PP chief executive Anna Mallett, a preview of NAB 2013 and a feature about the kit used for fixed-rig shows, is now available as a digital edition.
NAB 2013: More than 1,600 exhibitors from across the production, post and content delivery spectrum will showcase their wares at the NAB Show on 6-11 April. Michael Burns previews the products vying for attention
From All3Media to Zig Zag, a growing number of UK indies are finding success in the US. Peter White and Balihar Khalsa ask them what it takes to get a show off the ground
UK broadcasters heading to next week’s LA Screenings will face competition from new buyers bidding to snap up the year’s best dramas and comedies.
Channel 4’s new head of features has been shaking things up with 22 new shows at 8pm. She tells Balihar Khalsa about ‘narrative heroes’ - and why humour matters.
We used nine cameras to capture night-time footage of our leopards in as many ways as we could – and the differences in the results were startling, says Steve Gooder
“Wasn’t there a BBC2 documentary series about the tube just five minutes ago?” Read on for the verdict on last night’s TV.
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