Talking TV gets the inside track on Paul Abbott’s new drama No Offence and mulls over the race to run BBC Studios and the Channel 4 entertainment changes.
Sky has agreed a deal to handle Channel 5’s ad sales operation - less than a year after vowing to keep the division in-house.
ITN experienced a 5% growth in revenue to £112m in 2014 fuelled by a 44% upsurge in production revenue over the 12 months.
US cable group A+E Networks has boarded BBC2’s epic adaptation of War and Peace as part of a landmark deal.
BBC4 has picked up Danish drama Follow The Money - a white collar crime thriller from the team behind The Killing and Borgen.
ITV has lost 6% of its breakfast audience since the launch of Good Morning Britain - although there have been signs of improvement in the first quarter of 2015.
BBC Worldwide chief executive Tim Davie has confirmed that download-to-own service BBC Store is to enter a major beta trial in June ahead of a full autumn launch.
Emma Swain is to take a year out from her role as controller of factual to help shape BBC television’s approach to commissioning in the run-up to charter renewal.
The RTS Scotalnd Awards nomines have been unveiled, as Tim Hincks prepares to deliver the Bafta TV Lecture. Read on for more.
Wingspan Productions is to explore what it means to be bohemian in a three-part series for BBC4.
BBC4 has expanded its international drama slate with a 10-part Icelandic series, produced by Baltasar Kormakur, the director of Denzel Washington film 2 Guns.
Man v. Food presenter Adam Richman has been lined up to present a five-part BBQ series for ITV, produced by Stand Up To Cancer producer Whizz Kid Entertainment.
Sinking skyscrapers and back-to-front bridges are to feature in a BriteSpark Films documentary series for Discovery Networks International.
ITV Studios has acquired a minority stake in Monumental Television, the fledgling indie set up by film producers Alison Owen and Debra Hayward.
Superheroes, supernatural surgeons and sleuthing spin-offs are some of the characteristics helping to make acquired US network shows successful on British TV.
The BBC is beginning to pick up the pieces of £50m mega-brand Top Gear after executive producer Andy Wilman resigned and Richard Hammond and James May pledged loyalty to their co-host Jeremy Clarkson.
Broadcasters line up giant touch screens, fixed-rig cameras and a former director general
Jamie Oliver is back on the campaign trail with two Channel 4 healthy-eating documentary projects.
ITV is shooting a pilot for a daytime format fronted by Catchphrase host Stephen Mulhern.
Remarkable Television will follow one of Manchester’s foremost party planners in a TX pilot for Channel 4.
Sky is to merge its two arts channels and hand the newly created Sky Arts an improved slot on its EPG.
Sky commissioner Chris Brogden is to join Tinopolis as the super-indie’s first creative director for entertainment in June.
Jane Root’s Nutopia is to co-produce landmark BBC series Civilisation, with former BBC1 controller Michael Jackson acting as executive producer.
Sky has kicked off a targeted trailer campaign aimed at north London households for the launch of forthcoming supernatural series The Enfield Haunting.