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Talking TV catches up with the big winners from the Broadcast Awards and puts ITV’s commissioning changes in the spotlight.
Catastrophe star Rob Delaney has warned the government to “stay the fuck away” from Channel 4 as the threat of privatisation continues to loom large over the broadcaster.
BBC1 leads the pack in the Broadcasting Press Guild awards after picking up 11 nominations.
The Yorkshire region will receive more than £250,000 to boost its TV, film and game industries.
The BBC has revealed a seven-strong line-up of presenters for the reboot of Top Gear, with Formula 1 commentator Eddie Jordan among those joining co-hosts Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc.
ITV has commissioned a fourth series of detective drama Endeavour from Mammoth Screen.
Channel 4 chief executive David Abraham has said the broadcaster would “operate to a different heartbeat” should it be privatised.
BT Sport is to trial object-based broadcasting technology on its MotoGP coverage after securing a slice of a £4m investment from an EU research and innovation fund.
Two series exploring the worlds of cats and council enforcement officers are among Richard Klein’s final factual commissions for ITV.
Producers have praised Richard Klein’s indie relations skills after he stepped down as ITV’s director of factual.
The ex-Vice producer helping to oversee BBC3’s digital switch has plans to experiment with innovative content around established brands as the youth channel finds its feet online.
Channel 4 was named Channel of the Year at this year’s Broadcast Awards, where it notched up seven prizes, including a clean sweep in the factual categories.
TLC has acquired forthcoming US medical drama Heartbeat, fronted by Home and Away’s Melissa George.
Channel 4 has commissioned Princess Productions to make magazine series The Superhumans Show as part of its Paralympics coverage.
Unforgotten producer Mainstreet Pictures has partnered with classic horror firm Hammer to develop a period drama.
C5’s rebrand is designed to attract younger, more affluent audiences. Will it work?
Richard Klein has claimed that attracting large audiences to factual programming is one of the biggest challenges facing television, as ITV confirmed his departure.
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Channel 5 has launched a new logo and on-screen treatments as part of a strategy to attract younger and more affluent viewers.
Channel 4 is to inject an additional £10m into Film 4 over the next 12 months – taking its funding to a record £25m.
A new darts tournament will be broadcast live on BBC2 following a deal with the Professional Darts Corporation.
ITV has parted company with director of factual Richard Klein after two-and-a-half years.
Documentary film-making is in danger of becoming “selective and self-serving” after an independent survey laid bare the genre’s financial difficulties.
ITV is to investigate the relationship between big cats in the wild and domestic pussycats in a three-part doc series from Plimsoll Productions.