E4 achieved its best-ever share of 16-34 year-old viewers over the first half of 2014 on the back of US imports and original shows, such as Made in Chelsea.
London Live wants to radically reduce its commitment to primetime local programming under plans submitted to Ofcom.
BSkyB will collectively commission original content across Italy and Germany as part of the creation of Sky Europe with a total programming budget of £4.6 billion.
The BBC’s distribution department will merge with Future Media’s business development team next month in a bid to consolidate online and traditional distribution under a single group of staff.
ITV commissioners Richard Klein, Elaine Bedell, Helen Warner, Paul Mortimer and Steve November revealed their wish-lists at ITV’s annual Producers’ Forum earlier this week.
The BBC may have averted a strike during the opening of the Commonwealth Games this week – but it faces a fresh threat of industrial action over job cuts in its news division.
The BBC will recruit its first disability champion to its commissioning team as it prepares a two-pronged plan to improve opportunities for disabled talent.
ITV will survey indies to gain a better understanding of working conditions and diversity in its programming supply chain as it bids to better reflect UK society.
BBC Worldwide chief executive Tim Davie has revealed that global drama channel BBC First will offer UK indies major scripted opportunities after its launch this summer.
MTV UK is trialling fledgling mobile social network Tunepics for the current series of Geordie Shore.
Love Productions is understood to have up to two major projects in development with Sky after the pay-TV broadcaster acquired a 70% stake in The Great British Bake Off indie this week.
E4 has strengthened its comedy slate with a hidden-camera series in which people are pranked by machines such as photo booths and electronic road signs.
BBC daytime boss Damian Kavanagh to present formal plans to the Trust in a ‘few weeks’
Strictly Come Dancing commissioner and former Splash Media managing director Jane Lush is back in production with a Bruce Forsyth fronted BBC1 variety show.
ITV has challenged indies to create up to four major male-skewing brands as it races to replace more than 100 hours of European and domestic football.
Gold’s Monty Python Live averaged 700,000/ 3%, making it Gold’s highest-rated original commission ever
“A film that was little more than a space-filler.”
TV can do more to stop talented women leaving the industry just when they reach their creative peak, says Kate Beal
The Broadcast Interview
The managing editor discusses increasing the number of women experts and leading the way on BAME representation.
The latest edition of Talking TV runs the rule over the BBC Trust’s television services review and Sky’s 70% stake in Love Productions.