Channel 4 has bolstered its formats commissioning team with the hire of former Pulse Films and ITV Studios exec Danny Carvalho.
Danny Cohen has thrown his full support behind Jeremy Clarkson in the on-going row over Top Gear’s trip to Argentina.
The majority of BBC staff are now based outside of London, as the broadcaster hit its target of becoming more geographically diverse one year early.
The launch date for Birmingham’s local TV channel has been pushed back as Ofcom assesses the credentials of a new bidder to take over the licence.
The BBC has claimed that the Green Party lacks sufficient punch at the ballot box and in opinion polls to be included in next year’s televised leaders’ debates.
Secret Life of Cats producer Oxford Scientific Films has lured Alan Titchmarsh from Spun Gold to front a series about Buckingham Palace’s garden.
Channel 4 is to imagine what the country would look like if Ukip was in power in a docu-drama produced by Raw TV.
Sky Italia is to increase the amount of big-budget drama it develops with its British and German counterparts, BSkyB and Sky Deutschland, following the creation of Sky Europe.
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Alex Polizzi is to front a restaurant rescue series for BBC2 as the channel bids to refresh its 7pm slot.
Northern Ireland’s production community believe that BBC charter renewal offers an opportunity to build on successes such as Game Of Thrones and The Fall.
BBC3’s Great British Bake Off-style hairdressing competition Hair is set to become the latest brand to move to BBC2.
The BBC is planning to revamp football results show Final Score with live FA Cup action and highlights as the corporation prepares to broadcast the competition for the first time in six years.
STV has revealed more about its plan to build a local TV empire after bidding for three more licences in Scotland.
ITV’s breakfast ratings have tumbled 13% year-on-year as Good Morning Britain struggles to establish itself for the commercial broadcaster.
Some of the UK’s leading indies have voiced concerns that the plans to transform BBC Production will result in the division walking off with major production contracts.
BBC3 scheduler Jamie Morris has joined Sky as head of scheduling for Sky Atlantic and Sky Arts.
Masterchef host Gregg Wallace is to front one of two major orders picked up by RDF Television for the BBC.
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Sky has invested $7m (£4.3m) in a US multichannel sports network as it continues its push to back tech start-up businesses.
The MTV European Music Awards 2014 are to be broadcast on Channel 5 as the channels strengthen their ties following Viacom’s acquisition of the free-to-air broadcaster.
John Whittingdale, chair of the Culture, Media & Sport select committee, has labelled the licence fee as “worse than a poll tax” and claimed the system requires significant revision.
Jimmy McGovern is developing a BBC2 dramatisation based on the story of a father who lost his son in the second Iraq War and went on to challenge former prime minister Tony Blair in the 2005 general election.
BBC drama chief Ben Stephenson has hailed the commissioning opportunities opened up by BBC3’s proposed move online.