T. Rex Autopsy executive producer Paul Wooding is leaving Impossible Factual to set up a Bristol-based production company, backed by indie investment network Bob & Co.
It’s the last day to book tickets at the early bird rate for this year’s Media Summit.
Peaky Blinders producer Caryn Mandabach has warned the BBC to “stay away” from whodunnit-style dramas as it strives to find a distinctive voice.
Minnow Films is following up SAS: Who Dares Wins by putting 20 ordinary men and women through the rigorous recruitment processes of Britain’s intelligence services for a new Channel 4 series.
Channel 5 is pushing further into entertainment with a comedy panel show fronted by Eamonn Holmes.
The BBC is to publish new commissioning guidelines for producers by the end of the summer as part of a renewed drive to “hardwire” diversity into its culture.
Comedy duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb are reuniting for a Channel 4 comedy pilot.
A crowd-funded YouTube channel will help aspiring TV professionals break into the industry by offering them advice about how to get ahead.
The first shortlist of nominations for the Broadcast Digital Awards 2016 has been unveiled - including the Best Factual Channel, Best Entertainment Channel and Best Content Partnership categories.
Mark Freeland is to leave the BBC and will not take up the post of head of scripted comedy and drama at BBC Studios when the new division launches tomorrow.
The BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5 will go head to head with programming about British Muslim communities amid concerns that broadcasters focus too heavily on extremism.
How did a Texan come to make a feature-length doc about an aristocrat he had never heard of? Luke Korem explains
We found the perfect dilapidated old building to match the ‘otherness’ of our characters’ world - but filming upstairs carried a risk that the floors might collapse, says Will Sharpe
Capturing a year in the life of four wildebeest over just 40 days’ filming was no small undertaking, discovered Natalie Wilkinson
“Extraordinary, intense, butt-clenchingly gripping television.”
Ahead of Cannes Lion’s new creative strand, Lion Entertainment, Broadcast brought together four industry experts to explore the future of brand-funded programming.
Sky has rolled out its a rebrand across its entertainment channels, including Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, and Sky Arts.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Judi Dench and Michael Gambon tell Shakespeare’s bloody history of the English Throne
Suzannah Lipscomb and Dan Jones front C5’s latest history series
Gogglebox Entertainment’s gameshow, fronted by Matt Allwright
Juniper TV’s film, fronted by Trevor Phillips, interprets the results of a rigorous survey.
Tuesday’s Child follows the adventurer on a 12-week triathlon.
The Intial produced gameshow returns with new contestants and new games
The first teaser trailer all-new Top Gear, coming this May.
In-house factual-based drama explores the ‘honour’ killing of a teenager
The surge in demand for scripted programming in America.
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Deutschland 83 has become the highest-rated foreign-language scripted show since 2006
Gains made by War and Peace, Sherlock and Deutschland 83.
THURSDAY: Line Of Duty reached a thrilling conclusion in front of a record audience of 4.1m, making it BBC2’s biggest drama since 2011.
The Bridge founder Amanda Groom this week won an award for the Most Significant Contribution to the UK-Korea TV Creative Collaboration at an event organised by the London Korean Drama Club.Here she reveals the story behind RTS Award-nominated S4C film Tears of Blood, which was co-produced by a Korean indie.
It’s time to untangle the often impenetrable routes in the profession, says Bryan Elsley
Culture secretary has a solution for C4 - but what’s the problem, asks Chris Curtis
Broadcasters can have the best of both worlds, says Kate Bulkley
A database giving producers a quick reference of the array of talent who applied for and attended the BBC Academy Expert Voices training days across the UK
Who owns what in the newly consolidated indie sector