Fledgling indie 7 Wonder has landed its first kids’ commission for CBeebies, hosted by technology vlogger Maddie Moate.
George Clarke’s indie Amazing Productions is to make a C4 series following people with “bold ambitions” on renovating interiors.
The Berlin Film Festival is extending its television drama strand as part of an effort to beef up its coverage of the small screen.
The UK indie sector has sent a resounding message to John Whittingdale not to meddle with the terms of trade as Ofcom’s review of the commercial regulations edges towards completion.
Channel 5 is doubling down on docu-dramas from its in-house production division to beef up its high-end history output.
Sky believes it is making progress towards achieving the diversity targets put in place by former entertainment channels boss Stuart Murphy 18 months ago.
Fremantle Media is to step up its search to invest in a UK drama indie as it builds a network of minority-owned production companies.
The BBC Trust has formally approved proposals to close BBC3 as a linear channel in January and to gradually transition it online by March 2016.
Sue Perkins-fronted panel show Insert Name Here has secured a full series for BBC2 following two pilot episodes.
Growing audience appreciation, lucrative commercial returns and the threat of “hyper-inflation” have all played a part in the BBC’s decision to shelter drama from spending cuts.
BBC Birmingham is ready to become the centre of the corporation’s digital future, according to recently installed boss Joe Godwin.
AOL is hunting for a handful of short-form video series as it aims to take on Vice News by commissioning UK content for Huffington Post for the first time.
We aimed to make our documentary more like a box-set to hook in younger viewers who rarely watch programmes on TV, says Dave Nath
The NHU’s latest series was Oscar-winning composer Steven Price’s first factual commission. But the natural world proved as inspiring as the space scenes for Gravity
Music licensing is an important area - but is not always covered well on TV production courses. Now music publishers are taking matters into their own hands, writes Kevin Hilton
“When food banks are growing faster than real banks, the idea of people celebrating their own pigginess is deeply unpleasant, and it does make for a difficult watch.”
ITV has unveiled its revamped on-demand service.
Films of Record documentary series from Bafta-winning director David Nath
A look at what’s on Channel 4 this autumn
Watch the trailer for Josh Widdicombe’s in-house sitcom
The German spy thriller will form part of Channel 4’s foreign-language VoD service, Walter Presents.
Liberty Bell’s on-demand series is designed to highlight shows available via iPlayer.
Kudos adaptation of the John Lanchester novel.
The youth-skewing brand unveils the trailer for its linear channel.
Watch a clip of Renegade Pictures and GroupM Entertainment’s format
Andrew Davies’ adaptation of the classic novel is being produced by BBC Wales, The Weinstein Compnay and BBC Worldwide / Lookout Point.
See how well the series opener performed.
The superhero series added 1m consolidated viewers to become Sky 1’s highest-rated series launch in three years.
How the rival formats have fared in the ratings battle.
Viewing data for ITV Studio’s controversial drama.
View the consolidated ratings data for the series nine launch.
Click to see how the BBC1 format performed on its return to the Saturday night schedule.
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.
THURSDAY: The Secret Life of Five Years Olds fell to a series low, while Sky Atlantic’s The Last Panthers lost half its audience.
BBC’s decision to safeguard drama demands greater scrutiny
Damian Kavanagh on why BBC3’s move online represents a new beginning for the youth channel.
Government must use latest review to create stability in the indie sector, says John McVay
Broadcasters have to navigate differences in law and culture, says Graham Green
Talking TV analyses the latest BBC content cuts and hears from the producer of Channel 4’s The Secret Life Of Four, Five And Six Year Olds.
Who owns what in the newly consolidated indie sector