Denise O’Donoghue is to step down as the UK managing director of ITV Studios after four years.
Kids industry veteran Nigel Pickard is to leave Zodiak Media after eight years at the company.
Discovery Communications and BSkyB are poised to announce a £350m deal to acquire Channel 5 from Richard Desmond’s Northern & Shell, Broadcast understands.
Peacock Productions is producing a two-hour live special following climber Joby Ogwyn’s attempt to become the first person to jump from the peak of Mount Everest for Discovery Network International.
Netflix has picked up Welsh crime drama Hinterland to stream in the US after striking a deal with All3Media International.
The BBC has appointed Valerie Hughes-D’Aeth as its director of human resources.
Nerd TV has become the latest UK indie to score a US deal after Jana Bennett-run lifestyle network FYI ordered long-lost love format You’re The One.
Zai Bennett will become director of Sky Atlantic just weeks after it was announced that BBC3 is to move online next year.
ITV shows such as I’m A Celebrity, This Morning and Coronation Street are in line to get dedicated YouTube channels following an extension of the broadcaster’s deal with the Google-owned video-sharing site.
Simon Dickson is to leave Shine-owned indie Dragonfly Film and TV after three years at the business.
The Michael McIntyre Chat Show is set to return for a second series on BBC1.
The BBC has begun a hunt for 45 aspiring local radio journalists to join its biggest ever apprenticeship scheme.
ITV has been censured for the “humiliation and distress” caused to a 17-year-old guest on The Jeremy Kyle Show.
Peter Moffat’s BBC historic drama The Village is to be remade in the US by Sundance and Paramount TV.
Channel 5 is going back to school with a Shiver-produced documentary following kids with severe behavioural problems.
Game of Thrones continued with nearly 820,000 viewers on Monday, as ITV’s crime drama Undeniable lost 350,000 viewers.
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Broadcast’s Talking TV podcast returns with a John Kaye Cooper interview and more on BBC commissioning quotas.
Ian Russell explains how to make six docs for nine territories in four weeks