Channel 5 is brewing up a new high-profile documentary series with Shine TV after securing access to Marston’s Brewery.
North One Television has picked up the contract to produce Channel 4’s NFL coverage.
London Live has ordered factual entertainment commission – a 20-part series exploring the capital’s burgeoning property market.
Internet star Dapper Laughs is to front an ITV2 comedy / reality format from the creators of Celebrity Juice.
Architectural designer Charlie Luxton is to explore unusual homes along Britain’s coastline in a More4 series from True North.
Gordon Ramsay’s daughter is to front a CBBC cookery series produced by the celebrity chef’s indie One Potato Two Potato.
Room 414 founder Richard Ackerman has left Sebastian Scott’s Predictable Media production hub.
Charity event Comic Relief is to include pro-celebrity darts next year after the BBC ordered a tournament from Zeppotron.
Former Zeppotron managing director Annabel Jones has joined forces with long term collaborator Charlie Brooker to launch an Endemol-owned scripted indie.
Glasgow-based indie Raise the Roof is to delve into celebrities’ childhood holiday memories for a BBC1 daytime series.
More than 40 TV productions with a total UK spend of almost £400m benefited from the high-end TV tax break in its first year.
A New York city councillor has appealed for broadcasters and production companies to adhere to a code of conduct to improve working conditions for reality television producers and writers.
Ten Alps’ shareholders have ploughed £300,000 into the company for “business development and general working capital requirements”.
Amazon is piloting an adaptation of Philip K Dick’s novel The Man In The High Castle from Greenbird-backed UK indie Big Light Productions.
ITV commissioners Richard Klein, Elaine Bedell, Helen Warner, Paul Mortimer and Steve November revealed their wish-lists at ITV’s annual Producers’ Forum earlier this week.
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