Tulisa Contostavlos will open up about her Sun on Sunday sting in intimate detail for a BBC3 documentary next week.
Sky has confirmed a deal to buy 70% of Love Productions and is understood to have the option to acquire the remainder of the company after a period of several years.
Raw TV and Firecracker Films are among the indies to have picked up commissions from Channel 4 Education as the broadcaster launches an online hub, Am I Normal.
Creative Skillset has urged producers to tap in to a multi-million pound fund to help train staff – or risk losing the government investment.
Factual indie Barcroft Media is to preparing to launch its first presenter-led show on YouTube as its channel passes the 500m views milestone.
The indie sector’s performance in the Window of Creative Competition (WoCC) improved last year – adding fuel to the fire of the BBC’s decision to scrap quotas.
Channel 4 has launched the playalong app for its forthcoming entertainment format The Singer Takes It All ahead of the show’s August debut.
The lifestyles of the rich and famous are to be explored by Remy Blumenfeld’s indie Thinking Violets in an ob-doc series for Sky Living.
Channel 4 has commissioned a fast turnaround Dispatches investigating the tragedy of the Malaysia-bound flight shot down in Ukraine.
Further details of the BBC’s radical production shake-up emerged this week, as some in-house producers voiced fears for their future in a commercial environment.
Entries have opened for the Broadcast Awards 2015 – the 20th anniversary of the event which celebrates the best of British TV.
The indie sector’s digital revenues tripled to £100m last year on the back of more “credible” moneymaking opportunities in the space, according to a Pact report.
Love Productions wants to build on the success of controversial series Benefits Street by creating another UK-wide debate, this time around immigration.
Watch is to explore Britain’s waste industry in its new ob-doc series Bin There, Dump That.
Trevor McDonald is to follow up his hard-hitting prison documentaries by delving into the murky world of the American mafia in a two-part series for ITV.
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