The BBC is threatening to charge Sky to carry its TV channels if an amicable agreement cannot be reached over the retransmission fees row.
Channel 4 has ordered a fast turnaround documentary looking at the devastation created by the tornado which hit Oklahoma earlier this week.
The broadcasting unions have rejected a second 2013-14 pay offer from the BBC as industrial tensions continue to simmer.
Embarrassing Bodies is set to be remade for Australia with UK host Dr Christian Jessen offering advice to Aussie patients.
Entertainment controller Layla Smith is leaving ITV after a 15 year career at the broadcaster.
The Million Pound Drop Live is returning to Channel 4 with a number of tweaks including the opportunity for teams of four to enter the quiz show.
Microsoft has revealed its next generation Xbox console will allow users to watch live TV channels as it moves to integrate TV, internet and gaming.
BBC3 controller Zai Bennett has ordered an extended series of Dominic Mitchell’s zombie drama In the Flesh.
The BBC is separating commissioning and production in its current affairs department, following director general Tony Hall’s commitment to put greater focus on the area.
Greggs: More than Meats the Pie, a Sky1 ob-doc about the bakery chain, will become the first programme in the UK to feature digitally integrated promotion for another show.
Sharon Osbourne is to return to The X Factor as a judge this year as producers beef up the show’s auditioning process.
Former ITV News editor and Teachers TV founder Nigel Dacre has been elected as the first chair of the Local TV Association.
Broadcast’s campaign to get more expert women on air received a boost this week from two separate websites and from Bloomberg, which is the latest broadcaster to sign the Expert Women pledge.
Box TV is to air Bauer Media’s radio chart show In:Demand as a multiplatform chart show.
Hat Trick’s YouTube comedy channel Bad Teeth is partnering with Plum Pictures to produce a live stream of a man forced to live in an empty room for at least seven days, with just a laptop.
Despite losing 600,000 viewers on its second outing, BBC1 drama Frankie won the 9pm slot on Tuesday as Mary Portas bowed out with a high for Channel 4.
“Town with Nicholas Crane is Coast with Nicholas Crane, only ever so slightly urbanised.” Read on for the verdict on last night’s TV.