Discovery is ramping up its interest in football with a deal to broadcast a high-profile friendly between Real Madrid and AC Milan on UK free-to-air channel Quest and British Eurosport later this month.
The BBC has spent more than £800,000 settling nearly 50 claims of unfair dismissal over the past 10 years, a Freedom of Information Act request has revealed.
Rona Fairhead has blocked the publication of BBC correspondence with the Dame Janet Smith Review amid concerns the corporation has attempted to delay the investigation.
The BBC is on the hunt for the first visibly disabled entrepreneur to star in next year’s series of The Apprentice following criticism over a lack of diversity in previous series of BBC1’s business show.
George Clooney will star with the cast of ITV’s hit period drama Downton Abbey in a mini episode recorded exclusively for Text Santa
Syfy has picked up the TV rights to CBS Studios International’s Extant after it launched earlier this year on Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Ofcom has opened a fresh consultation to investigate whether Sky should continue to offer its Sky Sports channels to rival pay TV operators.
A London night bus is to be fitted with 16 cameras for Channel 4’s latest fixed-rig format from Blast! Films.
BBC director of news and current affairs James Harding has argued that it is unlikely that the corporation will hive off Panorama into a commercial entity under plans to transform in-house production.
Channel 4 has axed Gogglebox’s Michael family from the show after father Andrew announced he plans to stand for Ukip in next year’s general election.
CBBC has ordered a factual entertainment format about the film industry featuring Hollywood actor Michael Sheen from Horrid Henry indie Novel Entertainment.
The second series of Broadchurch is to include more of a “thriller narrative” than the debut run according to writer Chris Chibnall.
CITV has commissioned a second series of Thunderbirds Are Go! ahead of the return of its revamp.
ITV is on course to suffer the most marked ratings declines of all the major broadcasters in 2014 as the World Cup failed to prevent its audience dropping 8%.
Channel 4 and Blakeway have been ordered to disclose documents used in a 2013 Dispatches film criticising Ryanair’s fuel policy.
ITV News staff have been working “around the clock” to resolve a number of technical problems which have resulted in the loss of entire news reports.
Scripps Networks has appointed Discovery veteran Phillip Luff as managing director of UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Drama, nations and regions and the arts were the areas of programming hit hardest by the UK public service broadcasters cutting their content spend by £500m over the past five years.
BBC1 abduction drama The Missing will return for a second series with a fresh story, cast and location.
The BBC dominated the British Comedy Awards, as Graham Norton and Mrs Brown’s Boys helped it take home seven gongs.
Sky Sports 1 and 2 have been made available to BT’s Youview subscribers after the telecoms provider was given the go-ahead to supply the channels by the Competition Appeal Tribunal.
Channel 4 has signed a multi-season deal with Sony Pictures Television for its US sitcom, The Goldbergs.
Channel 5 has commissioned a four part documentary series which will explore Loch Lomond.
ITV is to adapt literary classic Beowulf as it adds to its slate of fantasy adventure dramas.