Julian Bellamy is leaving Discovery Networks International to join ITV Studios.
Discovery Networks International chief content officer Luis Silberwasser is leaving the broadcaster to “pursue new opportunities”.
All3Media has created a dedicated ad-funded programming (AFP) arm designed to help its indies crack the increasingly lucrative market.
Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Cider With Rosie, The Go-Between and An Inspector Calls will be adapted as 90-minute dramas for a BBC1 season of early 20th century British novels and plays.
Inside Claridge’s director Jane Treays has joined Spun Gold TV as the indie aims to broaden its output beyond Alan Titchmarsh programming.
ITV has won approval from health minister Norman Lamb to secure unprecedented access to Broadmoor Hospital for an ob-doc series.
Pact believes kids’ broadcasters such as CiTV, Channel 5, Disney and Nickelodeon will ramp up their live-action originations if it can convince the Treasury to introduce a new tax break.
Channel 5 will examine the patience of couples in Never Teach Your Wife To Drive! - its latest inhouse commission.
ITV has used ingredients from Come Dine With Me and Through The Keyhole to create a celebrity-led daytime cookery series.
Betty has promoted Country House Rescue producer Neil Smith to replace Walter Iuzzolino as part of a senior management reshuffle.
Somethin’ Else is to develop CBBC’s first 3D multiplatform game and has picked up the social media content contract for BBC Radio 4 and 6 Music.
UKTV has acquired a raft of shows that were commissioned by BBC Worldwide for its international channels.
Britespark Films, the indie set up by former Cineflix head of documentaries Nick Godwin, has secured its second significant commission in the US.
HBO has come on board BBC’s television adaptation of JK Rowling’s bestseller The Casual Vacancy.
Sky 1 has struck a deal to keep James Corden-fronted panel show A League of Their Own on air until 2017.
Ricky Gervais comedy Derek returned well for Channel 4 on Wednesday, pulling in an audience roughly in line with the launch of series one.
Broadcast’s Talking TV podcast returns with a John Kaye Cooper interview and more on BBC commissioning quotas.