US gameshow 500 Questions is heading to ITV, which has commissioned a series from The Voice producer Wall to Wall.
Sue Perkins-fronted panel show Insert Name Here has secured a full series for BBC2 following two pilot episodes.
British producers and format owners can take advantage of an impending reality and entertainment boom in Asia by being inventive and open-minded, according to ITV Studios executive producer Dave Winnan.
Channel 5 is doubling down on docu-dramas from its in-house production division to beef up its high-end history output.
Fremantle Media is to step up its search to invest in a UK drama indie as it builds a network of minority-owned production companies.
The UK indie sector has sent a resounding message to John Whittingdale not to meddle with the terms of trade as Ofcom’s review of the commercial regulations edges towards completion.
The executive producer of BBC4’s Detectorists is to join Talkback as its first head of comedy.
TAC, the trade body for Welsh indies, has written to chancellor George Osborne warning him that privatising Channel 4 would usher in a more London-centric strategy.
Fremantle Media has acquired a stake in Full Fat TV, the indie set up by former Remarkable managing director Colette Foster.
Cabin Pressure producer David Tyler scooped the Gold Award at the 2015 Radio Production Awards as White Stiletto’s Cathy Fitzgerald picked up two gongs.
Sky 1’s 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy was the only British show to win an International Emmy during a ceremony at the New York Hilton last night.
War and Peace producer Lookout Point has hired BBC Worldwide’s head of drama Damian Keogh as its first commercial director.
The Last Panthers grew its audience by almost 500,000 viewers to become Sky Atlantic’s third most-watched programme of the year – after Game of Thrones and Fortitude.
Somethin’ Else was the big winner at this year’s British Academy Children’s Awards, taking home three awards including best indie.
Drama indie Chrysalis Vision has turned to crowdfunding site Crowdcube to raise up to £350,000 as the final stage in its investment push.
Sky 1 has ordered a Christmas karaoke special from Mentorn Media, while ultra HD channel Insight TV is to explore the brain with Lambent Productions.
Ray Winstone is to play The War of the Worlds author H.G Wells in a drama for Sky Arts.
Zodiak-backed indie Bookhouse has landed its first commission, an ob-doc about Shane MacGowan’s teeth for Sky Arts.
Big Talk Productions is to produce an eight-part revival of Cold Feet for ITV, while Mainstreet Pictures has landed a second original drama series for the broadcaster.
Faith Penhale, the boss of the BBC production hub responsible for Doctor Who and Casualty, is to become the joint chief executive of War & Peace co-producer Lookout Point.
Katie Hopkins is to return to TLC for a follow-up documentary about obesity.
Three scripted powerhouses will battle three factual flag-bearers to be named Indie of the Year at the Broadcast Awards 2016.
A new £40m fund, backed by the government and private sector, has been unveiled to support the growth of creative companies.
Tom Hollander and his Rev collaborator Hannah Pescod have launched a drama production company to take advantage of the “huge appetite” for the genre.
Welsh rugby captain Gareth Thomas and Olympic sprinter Iwan Thomas are among the former sports stars that will compete in a set of gruelling global challenges as part of a new BBC2 series.
Sir Lenny Henry has branded the TV industry’s poor record on BAME representation as a “market failure” and urged Ofcom, the BBC Trust and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport to force broadcasters to ringfence funds to address the issue.
Channel 4 is to investigate the most bizarre properties on the planet in a 90-minute special from Voltage TV.
RDF is lining up Dutch game show format The Runner Up with two broadcasters and Objective has landed a Channel 4 gadget series. Click for more