ITV chief executive Adam Crozier has written to government ministers raising concerns that proposals to close the iPlayer loophole would result in consumers being charged to access ITV Player.
Channel 4 has ordered a second series of sci-fi drama Humans - ahead of the finale of the opening run this Sunday.
ITV has ordered an animal doc and Scott & Bailey special, as Sky Sports reveals the size of its Ashes audience with England on the verge of victory in Edgbaston.
A row has broken out over Channel 4 documentary Muslim Drag Queens, after the creator of a Guardian film with a similar title and subject area claimed to have been sidelined from the project.
Liberty Global has increased its stake in ITV to almost 10% but confirmed that it does not intend to make an offer to fully acquire the broadcaster.
Data gathered from Channel 4’s viewer survey panel Core4 has started to help inform its commissioning and programme marketing decisions.
Pett Television founder Lisa Clark is to replace Andy Wilman as the executive producer of Top Gear.
Bigger commissioning appetites among Italian pay-TV broadcasters, including Sky and Discovery, are offering an increased opportunity for UK formats in the country, particularly shiny-floor shows and factual entertainment formats.
Possessed, the ITV Studios label set up by Deal Or No Deal banker Glenn Hugill, has won its first series commission and has assembled an executive team to create risk-taking formats.
Series producers will be hardest hit by the BBC’s plans to cut 40 roles in its London-based daytime and factual production unit.
Adam Crozier has moved to quell indie concerns about vertical integration at ITV, after its in-house spend jumped 11% in the first half of 2015.
Sky 1 has ordered a bumper 20-part documentary about the Greater Manchester Police force from Shine TV.
Muslim drag queens and multi-million pound mega-yachts are to be the subject of two Channel 4 documentaries from Swan Films and Icon Films.
Sky is preparing to roll-out Now TV across Europe, aggressively taking on Netflix in the online video space.
Channel 4 is to stop screening its NFL coverage after two years as the two parties failed to agree a new deal.
BBC in-house drama executive producer Liz Kilgarriff has been promoted to become the corporation’s indie commissioning boss after Polly Hill replaced Ben Stephenson in May.
Sky has posted a 5% increase in revenue as the pay-TV broadcaster passed 12m subscribers for the first time with its highest growth in new customers in the UK for 11 years.
Objective Productions has revealed its first commission following the departure of chief executive Andrew Newman – a full series building on two-part documentary It Was Alright in the 70s.
ITV is to boost its spend on drama to tackle its worst ratings performance in 15 years.
ITV chief executive Adam Crozier has revealed he is comfortable with the BBC producing and airing entertainment formats such as Strictly Come Dancing so long as they are “distinctive”.
Davina McCall is to front 7 Wonder’s first Channel 4 commission – a health-based format combining features and factual elements.
ITV’s pre-tax profits mushroomed by 31% in the first half of 2015, bolstered by another strong performance from its expanding production arm.
The BBC is to invest £100,000 in immersive virtual reality ideas to trial via BBC Taster - its online testing ground for innovative projects.
BBC Worldwide’s US production chiefs Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner will launch their drama indie Bad Wolf next month with backing from the Welsh government.
Sky Arts has commissioned the first projects from its £1m-per year Amplify initiative.