Ofcom has found Top Gear in breach of its regulations for using a “pejorative racial term” in its Burma special episode.
More than 40 TV productions with a total UK spend of almost £400m benefited from the high-end TV tax break in its first year.
Former Zeppotron managing director Annabel Jones has joined forces with long term collaborator Charlie Brooker to launch an Endemol-owned scripted indie.
Glasgow-based indie Raise the Roof is to delve into celebrities’ childhood holiday memories for a BBC1 daytime series.
Channel 4 has acquired the second series of Fargo after the dark drama was renewed by US cable network FX.
ITV has unveiled its latest drama trailer with clips from forthcoming scripted series including Cilla, Chasing Shadows, Grantchester and The Great Fire.
BSkyB has increased its investment in Jaunt, a Silicon Valley business that enables virtual reality technology to be applied to live-action programming.
BSkyB will collectively commission original content across Italy and Germany as part of the creation of Sky Europe with a total programming budget of £4.6 billion.
London Live wants to radically reduce its commitment to primetime local programming under plans submitted to Ofcom.
BSkyB has completed a deal to create Sky Europe, bringing together Sky Italia and Sky Deutschland in a multi-billion pound deal.
A New York city councillor has appealed for broadcasters and production companies to adhere to a code of conduct to improve working conditions for reality television producers and writers.
Ten Alps’ shareholders have ploughed £300,000 into the company for “business development and general working capital requirements”.
BSkyB’s creation of a pan-regional European pay-TV giant have increased the chances of the company being acquired by telcos such as Vodafone, according to analysts.
E4 achieved its best-ever share of 16-34 year-old viewers over the first half of 2014 on the back of US imports and original shows, such as Made in Chelsea.
Kids producer Cake Entertainment has bought back the majority stake in the business acquired by Spanish indie Zinkia.
SUNDAY: BBC2’s documentary about the Red Arrows transported 2.4m as Channel 4’s The Mill dipped by 200,000 from last week’s opener.
“He appeared to go through life as if constantly nibbling a giant Wonka bar”
The latest edition of Talking TV runs the rule over the BBC Trust’s television services review and Sky’s 70% stake in Love Productions.
The loss of more than 100 hours of football represents an immense problem for ITV