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Vice has called out for fresh food ideas from traditional TV producers as its online channel Munchies moves out of beta.
Netflix is in talks to come on board for a new Channel 4 adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Tale Of Two Cities, which will be produced by Parade’s End indie Mammoth Screen.
BBC iPlayer is to head behind the scenes of Notting Hill Carnival with a four-part documentary series produced by Acme Films.
ITV News has beefed up its digital strategy with the launch of its first mobile and tablet app which features a strong focus on local content.
Endemol has expanded its online premium content network Endemol Beyond with the launch of an international sports-themed channel fronted by YouTube star KSI.
4Music has launched a classic arcade style mobile game featuring music from electronic producers including Savant, Chipzel and Rymdreglage.
Sunset + Vine has been appointed to relaunch Tottenham Hotspur’s YouTube channel ahead of the 2014/15 Premier League season.
Sky News is ramping up its presence on connected-TV devices as it targets an increasingly international audience.
Australian telecoms company Telstra has acquired video streaming business Ooyala for £161m.
Social TV developer Tellybug has produced an interactive app for this year’s Edinburgh International TV Festival.
Online film and TV service Netflix has hit the 3m subscriber mark in the UK, according to new research carried out by Enders Analysis based on figures from Barb.
Sky is expanding its pay-as-you-go Now TV sports offering with the launch of a new weekly access pass.
Breaking Bad is the most watched OTT series in the UK, according to new research from GfK.
The increasing popularity of Netflix and Amazon have stimulated a 76% revenue boost for the subscription video-on-demand platforms in the UK.
European social TV broadcaster Joiz is eyeing a launch in the UK following its debut in Germany and Switzerland.
THURSDAY: Hugo Blick’s BBC2 thriller The Honourable Woman bowed out with its second best performance of the run, entertaining a series average of 1.6m.
If Scotland says Yes, my vote is for St Tropez, says Steven D Wright