Channel 4 diversity guru Dan Brooke has slammed TV as “hideously able-bodied” as the broadcaster bids to increase the volume of disabled talent in the industry.
James Corden’s popularity in the US shows no sign of slowing down with the host of The Late Late Show tipped to join CBS sitcom The Great Indoors.
ITV is continuing its push to mine Talpa’s rich vein of entertainment shows after ordering a talent contest based on its international format Challenge Me.
BBC children’s boss Alice Webb and Academy director Joe Godwin have had their roles extended under changes announced by director general Tony Hall.
The stories of five teenage mothers will be told in a one-off documentary for Channel 4.
E4 and ITV2 have both had strong starts to the year, benefiting from BBC3’s move online in the battle for young viewers.
The LA Screenings transported British buyers back in time this week, with a raft of dramas and programmes based on movies and TV series dating as far back as the 1980s.
BBC head of natural history and specialist factual formats Tom McDonald has called for more experimental events as he attempts to build greater emotional engagement with his slate.
The “operational decision” to close BBC Food has helped re-establish the BBC as a public broadcaster rather than an online newspaper, according to George Osborne.
Alan Yentob’s Imagine… is to air on BBC2 for what is thought to be the first time as part of plans to make Saturday nights a home for arts on the channel.
E4 has ordered a Pimp My Ride-style car makeover format from Electric Ray.
C4 has promoted entertainment editor Sarah Lazenby to commissioning editor.
A social services-themed comedy sitcom penned by Jo Brand has been picked up by Channel 4 after airing as a one-off on Sky Arts.
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Channel 4 has promoted arts chief John Hay to head of specialist factual.
The X Factor will become the latest TV brand to embrace Facebook Live after offering contestants the chance to audition via the social media platform.
Channel 4 commissioners Adam Gee and Jody Smith are to leave the broadcaster after a more than a decade as part of a restructure at digital video service All 4.
Outline Productions is to explore the Airbnb phenomenon in a one-off film for Channel 4.
E4 drama The Aliens has been cancelled by Channel 4 after just one series.
Virgin Media is on the hunt for US serialised dramas and single camera comedies as it attends the LA Screenings for the first time in a number of years.
Channel 4 has ordered a supersized version of The Secret Life of the Zoo, more the doubling the length of its original run.
James Corden’s viral hit Carpool Karaoke is set to be remade around the world after CBS Studios International started shopping it to international broadcasters.
The row over Viacom took another twist on Monday, as chief executive Philippe Dauman launched legal action against the company’s owner Sumner Redstone and his representatives.
Channel 5 owner Viacom is at the centre of an ugly row between chief executive Philippe Dauman and representatives of the company’s proprietor, Sumner Redstone.