Channel 4 will ask producers to make returning shows up to 3% cheaper so the broadcaster can invest in new content.
The Creative Diversity Network needs a “permanent executive structure” if it is to make genuinely significant changes to the sector, the organisation has acknowledged.
London Live is to go head-to-head with the BBC on weekday evenings with topical format Not The One Show.
BBC3 must “redouble” its efforts to grow talent and take creative risks if it moves online next year, according to Zai Bennett.
The BBC is set to argue for the licence fee to be linked to inflation when it enters licence fee negotiations next year.
Channel 4 has acquired the television remake of the Coen brothers’ feature film Fargo.
E4’s comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Sky Atlantic crime thriller The Following have been recommissioned in the US as part of Fox’s forthcoming slate.
Sky Living suffered technical difficulties on Friday night that led to the failure of an episode of US crime drama The Blacklist to play out.
Condé Nast has hired documentary-maker Hannah Berryman as creative director of TV and video to boost its TV aspirations.
BBC science and natural history commissioner Kim Shillinglaw has emerged as the frontrunner to become the next controller of BBC2.
BBC director of television Danny Cohen took to Twitter to discuss the decision to shift BBC3 online with viewers.
ITV has ordered a third series of its in-house department store drama Mr Selfridge.
Directors UK and the BBC are piloting a workshop for women TV directors who are keen to return to work after a career break or reposition their career.
US cable network E! has commissioned a Liz Hurley-fronted royal family drama that will be set and shot in the UK.
US pay-TV broadcaster Starz has boarded BBC drama The Missing.
Call The Midwife bowed out with a series low but still easily won the 8pm slot on Sunday night.
“A fascinating bit of subculture tourism.”
BBC3’s imminent move reveals DG is not afraid to make tough calls
It’s destination Top Gear on the Talking TV podcast as executive producer Andy Wilman drops in to discuss the BBC2 motoring show.
Saying young people don’t watch TV is no excuse for short-changing them, argues Faraz Osman