YouView has rolled out BBC connected red button services and an updated version of BBC iPlayer to its 1m homes.
Content discovery service Outbrain has claimed that sitcom Modern Family is the global show which is of most interest to UK consumers.
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Pact has updated its data protection and security guidelines for indies and broadcasters to include website cookies, location-based data and anonymisation.
STV is bidding to increase its portfolio of local TV stations after submitting applications to Ofcom for the Aberdeen, Ayr and Dundee licences.
AMC Networks, the US broadcaster behind Mad Men and Breaking Bad, has acquired a 49.9% stake in BBC America for $200m (£125m).
BBC science commissioning chief Tom McDonald has defended the broadcaster’s decision not to feature explicit conservation messages in its natural history programming.
ITV is taking legal advice after discovering a charity that received £700,000 from the broadcaster’s Text Santa appeal plans to use the donation to pay off its debts.
Channel 5 has pledged to increase the volume of original productions and news programming in primetime following its acquisition by Viacom.
The BBC risks creating a “significant market distortion” when BBC Productions is hived off into a commercial entity if it is not transparent about in-house costs.
All3Media digital company Little Dot Studios is to create a pilot a month for Channel 4’s online short-form video platform Shorts.
Shine Soho, the indie label behind all UK MasterChef series, has lured Mary Berry away from Love Productions for her latest BBC2 format.
ITV comedy commissioner Saskia Schuster wants to work with new writers as she bids to fill slots across the commercial broadcaster’s main channel and ITV2.
Long-running BBC3 series Snog Marry Avoid? is to be remade in the US for Discovery-owned broadcaster TLC.
Jeremy Darroch has underlined Sky’s healthy relationship with HBO after the US premium broadcaster revealed plans to launch a direct-to-consumer VoD service.
Jana Bennett has set out her strategy for US cable network FYI, revealing plans to work with UK producers as it looks for youth-skewing programming.
James Harding’s overhaul of BBC News’ management team is taking shape, with the confirmation of two more appointments this week
The UK’s major broadcasters have revealed the number of women they employ in their newsrooms – with the data showing that Channel 4 and Sky News are lagging behind their rivals.
Sky Living has acquired US political drama Madam Secretary after striking a deal with CBS Studios International.
Scripps Network UK, which operates the Food Network and Travel Channel, has hired former Discovery exec Katharina Feistauer as vice president of programming.
Channel 5 is to explore poverty through the eyes of children in a one-off documentary from Spun Gold.
Newly-installed BBC Trust chairman Rona Fairhead has argued that the licence fee is “not a problem that needs to be fixed” as the government prepares to consider all options for the corporation’s future funding during charter renewal.
The stars of a Venice Beach freak show are to feature on Fox UK after the broadcaster acquired a reality series from Endemol.
Channel 4 is developing a drama exploring the reasons some British-born Muslims are joining the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) with Liza Marshall’s fledgling indie Archery Pictures.