The News Media Association (NMA) has called on the BBC to “significantly tighten” the scope of its online news service and collaborate rather than compete with the commercial news sector.
Chocolate Media will follow attempts by the Landmark Trust to complete two ambitious building restorations for a Channel 4 series.
Louis Theroux’s first theatrical feature documentary, My Scientology Movie, is to launch at this year’s London Film Festival.
BBC head of TV current affairs commissioning Clive Edwards is leaving the role after 22 years at the corporation to take up a 12-month position with BBC Academy.
Tony Hall is mulling plans to cut a further 3,000 BBC jobs, close two minor TV or radio stations and increase repeats on BBC1 and BBC2, aaccording to The Sunday Times.
Former Holby City producer Polly Williams is to lead drama development for distributor Entertainment One (eOne) and Creative England’s new joint venture.
BBC Worldwide has partnered with YouTube talent Caspar Lee and Joe Sugg to produce a feature-length programme overseen by the team behind the Top Gear specials.
Vice News has condemned the Turkish government after two of its reporters were charged with terrorist offences.
The BBC has agreed a deal with the Rugby Football League to extend its coverage until 2020, while Channel 4 has handed a Tern daytime format a primetime commission.
Fremantle Media International has picked up the global rights to Kudos-produced BBC1 drama Capital.
Channel 5 is cooking up more original kids commissions with a 52-part animated chef comedy from Cloudbabies indie Hoho Entertainment.
Click through for live updates from the Edinburgh International Television Festival.
TV pilots, premieres and catch-ups are becoming must-haves for film festivals. Andreas Wiseman reports on a rapidly expanding trend.
Filming and living aboard a fishing boat for this fixed-rig doc threw up many challenges, but it also made for a very personal experience, says Jim Incledon
BBC3 digital controller Damian Kavanagh talks to Hannah Gannagé-Stewart about his ambitions for the channel and the challenges ahead as it moves online this autumn
“This did have some top-drawer footage, but it will not have Sir David looking over his shoulder.
Click for the first glimpse of Jed Mercurio’s adaptation of DH Lawrence’s classic novel by Hartswood Films.
Watch the trailer for Minnow’s army format
Click to view culture secretary John Whittingdale’s grilling by Alastair Stewart on the future of the BBC.
Watch behind the scenes footage from the show’s trailer
Watch the trailer for Swan Film’s First Cut documentary, directed by Marcus Plowright.
Tiger Aspect’s transgender sitcom created by Elliott Kerrigan and Simon Carlyle
Twofour’s fixed-rig format heads to the Welsh capital’s Willows High School.
Channel 4 unveils the trailer for the Shine TV format in which 14 people go on the run from a team of expert hunters.
A first peek at the new-look Hit Entertainment pre-school series
Watch trailer promoting the on-demand radio service
View the consolidated ratings data for the Channel 4 series
Click to see how well the opener of the Love Productions show fared.
View consolidated data for the first episode of ITV’s three-part travelogue from Burning Bright
The second series of Sky Atlantic’s Penny Dreadful concluded with close to 600,000 viewers after almost 450,000 recorded or viewed the final on catch-up TV.
The Kudos drama has become Channel 4’s most-watched drama since 1992.
The consolidated viewing figures for BBC1 comedy Peter Kay’s Car Share.
View the ratings for the series opener
Female-skewing channel takes viewers away from ITV2, but helps grow ITV’s overall audience.
Click to view the consolidated ratings data for the first episode of the fantasy drama
View the consolidated ratings data for the Fifty Fathoms produced drama.
TUESDAY: A film about canals became BBC4’s top-rated show of the year as ITV’s documentary exploring payday loans lost the 9pm terrestrial slot with a 6% share.
The latest diversity guidance removes all barriers to progress, says Simon Albury
Returning a life-time later to write and direct something that has become a hugely established machine felt a little crazy, says co-creator Paul Unwin
Excited to be courted for a job, Steven D Wright instead found himself locked up for 24 hours
Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall shares tips and insights designed to keep new and emerging screenwriters positive when the going gets tough
Broadcast’s pick of the rising BAME stars of the TV industry.
Who owns what in the newly consolidated indie sector