BBC2 has secured “unparalleled” access to Heathrow Airport for a special live event series to be stripped across four nights.
Channel 5 has secured a worldwide exclusive interview with the parents of Oscar Pistorius’ girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, who was shot dead on 14 February.
BBC director general Tony Hall is to provide BBC Scotland with a £5m cash injection for its coverage of next year’s independence referendum.
ITV ice-skating format Dancing on Ice is being axed after a ninth series in 2014.
Parents who can’t cook risk being reported by their children to new CBBC series Disaster Chefs, as Lucky Day Productions picks up two commissions.
Channel 4 is to continue to explore tattoo culture following a one-off Cutting Edge doc, My Tattoo Addiction, which aired last year.
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.
Gok Wan is to return to fashion with a new live format for Channel 4.
The BBC is bidding to drive increased usage of iPlayer on mobile devices via a trial with video-sharing service Vine.
Zodiak Media has agreed a two year sponsorship with the National Film and Television School (NFTS).
Chellomedia, the international broadcaster owned by John Malone’s Liberty Global, has been put up for sale according to reports.
Disney has ordered an animated Star Wars spin-off series dubbed Star War Rebels.
The BBC has been told to improve the usability of its websites, provide more links to external content and boost local news coverage in a wide-ranging review of its digital services.
ITV News editor Deborah Turness has been confirmed as the president of NBC News.
The BBC is unlikely to bow to the broadcasting unions’ demands for a pause on the Delivering Quality First job cuts, according to HR director Lucy Adams.
BBC2 drama The Fall was victorious in the Monday primetime slot for the second week in a row – as Channel 4 cashed in with poverty doc Skint.
“His rather breathless manner was justified because he was often talking while crouched beneath several tons of unstable chalk.” Read on for the verdict on last night’s TV.