Remarkable Television joint managing director Colette Foster is to step down after eight years with the company.
Initial is to follow the transformation of boxing promoter Kellie Maloney as she physically becomes a woman in a one-off film for Channel 5.
Leftfield Entertainment has established a production company which will produce “smart and authentic” digital programming.
Channel 5 and Comedy Central have outlined plans to co-commission comedy content, laying out a two-year strategy that includes prank shows, sketch shows and other scripted series.
Happy Valley indie Red Production Company is set to become part of an enlarged global content group after its parent company Vivendi prepares to join the acquisitions trail.
Initial has appointed Denis O’Connor to the newly-created role of creative director for flagship format Big Brother.
Znak & Jones, the indie co-founded by former Syco Television USA chief Simon Jones, has struck a deal with a judge on the Danish version of The X Factor to produce non-scripted formats in Denmark.
Sky Arts has ordered four silent dramas from four indies including King Bert Productions and Channel 4 Growth Fund indie Eleven Film.
Raise the Roof Productions will invite celebrities to take a nostalgic look at television in a 20-part format for BBC1 daytime.
BBC2 will mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death next year by celebrating his work as part of a live event hosted by David Tennant.
Jeremy Paxman and David Mitchell will host Channel 4’s election night coverage which will include special episodes of Gogglebox and The Last Leg.
Harry Hill’s Stars in Their Eyes has been axed by ITV after a single series.
Maverick Television is to turn Britain into a dinosaur-inhabited island using CGI techniques for an ITV series about the prehistoric creatures.
The BBC Trust received 23,000 responses to its consultation on moving BBC3 online and is expected to publish its provisional findings in June.
Poldark indie Mammoth Screen is courting potential buyers as the gold rush for UK drama production companies continues.
Irish indie Vision Independent Productions is developing a format for Channel 4 in which individuals will be tasked with tracking down their doppelgangers using social media and word of mouth.
Al Murray’s South Thanet campaign trail is to be documented in an election night special on Dave.
ITV Be is to head to the Costa del Sol for reality series Life on Marbs from Lime Pictures.
The first shortlist for the Broadcast Digital Awards 2015 has been revealed – featuring nominations in categories including best app, game, original web channel and entertainment channel.
Endemol UK’s chief creative officer David Flynn is to leave the company after 16 years to seek out a fresh challenge.
Financial journalist Martin Lewis will front BBC1 hour-long special The Day The Cash Came, in which a working family is given a £27,000 hand-out.
ITV is looking into the reasons it aired the wrong episode of Slow Train Through Africa with Griff Rhys Jones on Friday.
Boundless has expanded the remit of its regional production hub in Amersham, handing it powers to pitch shows and take editorial decisions for the first time.
Bear Grylls: Mission Survive indie Betty has appointed Wall to Wall executive producer Duncan Coates as director of programmes.
ITV has beefed up its daytime slate with the commission of two formats borne out of an internal creative event last year.
Fledgling indie Renowned Films has hired former London Live commissioner Jonathan Boseley following its Growth Fund investment from Channel 4.
Big Fat Gypsy Weddings indie Firecracker Films is to explore the issue of gender confusion over the course of three documentaries for Channel 4.
All3Media chief executive Jane Turton is to deliver a keynote examining the realities, challenges and opportunities of an ever-changing transatlantic and digital content market at Broadcast’s Media Summit on 1 June.