Channel 4 has ramped up its diversity initiative by joining forces with the National Film and Television School to fund three bursary schemes for diverse applicants.
ITV chief executive Adam Crozier has reassured staff after the UK’s vote to leave the EU triggered a 19% fall in ITV’s share price.
The UK broadcasters have torn up their schedules following the vote to leave the European Union.
Vice has struck a tranche of global deals that will see it roll out its linear TV channel to 51 territories.
ITV Encore has commissioned a special two-hour contemporary crime drama following a series of vigilante paedophile killings.
BT Sport has secured the rights to the Henley Royal Regatta, meaning the rowing event will be televised for the first time in more than 50 years.
Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan’s Channel 4 comedy Catastrophe is set to undergo a French-language re-make in Canada.
The BBC has stood by its decision to broadcast the raid on Sir Cliff Richard’s house - but apologised if the coverage upset the performer.
Journalist Maggie Brown is to write a second volume of her history of Channel 4, which will kick off with the decision to drop Big Brother.
Sky Atlantic was forced to delay an episode of Last Week Tonight With John Oliver after the British comedian performed a 15-minute anti-Brexit sketch.
Penny Dreadful creator John Logan has called time on the Sky and Showtime supernatural drama after three series.
Ofcom has launched an investigation into Big Brother after sexually explicit scenes on the reality show sparked more than 600 complaints.
ITV has ordered two more Maigret dramas based on the novels of Georges Simenon following the success of first Rowan Atkinson film.
Dave’s drive into live sport continues after it picked up the rights to a Caribbean cricket tournament.
SUNDAY: Top Gear lost another handful of viewers to slump to an audience that was lower than anything from the Jeremy Clarkson era.
UKTV has reached a “landmark” deal to make more than 10,000 hours of entertainment programming available on Virgin Media.
BBC2 has commissioned a second series of Big Talk Productions’ comedy Mum.
The BBC’s science and comedy production units have teamed up to produce a Horizon special fronted by Jimmy Carr.
BBC1 has confirmed that The Witness For The Protection will be its latest Agatha Christie adaptation following the success of And Then There Were None.
The latest edition of Talking TV analyses the headlines from Sheffield Doc/Fest and hears from the producer of BBC2’s first fixed-rig show.
More than 2m fans watched England’s Euro 2016 clash with Wales via the BBC Sport website yesterday, smashing the site’s previous record.
CBeebies has ordered a 44-part series from FremantleMedia Kids and Comedy Central has picked up a social media-themed pilot from Avalon.
BBC1 has found its replacement for The Voice UK next year – an eight-week talent hunt for the stars of a new Take That stage musical.
Channel 4 will only accept individuals who are disabled or from a BAME or socially-disadvantaged background onto its production training scheme next year to improve industry diversity.