Remarkable Television joint managing director Colette Foster is to step down after eight years with the company.
Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman has resigned from the BBC a month after Jeremy Clarkson’s contract was not renewed.
Turner UK general manager Anthony Lukom has left the broadcaster, handing his responsibilities to Northern Europe managing director Ian McDonough.
Initial has appointed Denis O’Connor to the newly-created role of creative director for flagship format Big Brother.
Kim Shillinglaw has promised to salvage unused footage from Top Gear series 22 in a move that will return Jeremy Clarkson to BBC2’s airwaves.
Channel 4 is merging its entertainment and factual entertainment teams and will hand control of the super-division to Liam Humphreys.
The BBC has launched a hunt for a “world-class” executive to oversee the commercialisation of its in-house production division.
Discovery commissioner Liz McIntyre is leaving the broadcaster to head up Sheffield Doc/Fest.
Channel 4 head of entertainment Justin Gorman is leaving the broadcaster after five years.
Nat Geo has hired Richard III: The King In The Car Park exec producer Simon Young as a commissioner in its London production hub.
The BBC has performed a U-turn on its decision to combine its head of documentaries and current affairs commissioning roles as part of its major factual overhaul.
Channel 4 disability executive Alison Walsh has left the broadcaster after two decades, following a restructure of its diversity team.
Jeremy Clarkson has promised to create another motoring show after losing his job as the presenter Top Gear for physically assaulting producer Oisin Tymon.
The former head of Film4 has resigned from her post as National Theatre chief executive after less than six months in the job.
Jon Zeff has stepped down as director of the BBC Trust after just nine months.
Endemol UK’s chief creative officer David Flynn is to leave the company after 16 years to seek out a fresh challenge.
Bear Grylls: Mission Survive indie Betty has appointed Wall to Wall executive producer Duncan Coates as director of programmes.
BBC Trust chairman Rona Fairhead is set to relinquish her responsibilities as a non-executive director at HSBC, according to reports.
Fledgling indie Renowned Films has hired former London Live commissioner Jonathan Boseley following its Growth Fund investment from 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.
Channel 4 news anchor Jon Snow is to be awarded a Bafta Fellowship for a career which has spanned 40 years.
The BBC has extended by three months the moratorium on compulsory redundancies in its newsroom after further talks with broadcasting unions, it has emerged.
Sky Living is to retreat from commissioning and shift its originations budget to Sky 1 in a move that has resulted in the departure of channel director Antonia Hurford-Jones.
Jeremy Clarkson has pulled out of hosting an episode of topical news quiz Have I Got News For You, despite having been cleared to appear by the BBC.
An equality heavyweight with 15 years’ experience has been named the first permanent boss of the Creative Diversity Network (CDN).
Dan McGolpin can overcome a lack of commissioning experience to be successful as the new BBC daytime controller, but will need to foster relationships with producers after a number of them admitted they knew little about him.
Peep Show star David Mitchell is to play William Shakespeare in an in-house sitcom being piloted for BBC2.
The BBC has condemned attacks on its journalists in Scotland, who have been subjected to abuse while covering the general election.
Tom McDonald has been named BBC head of natural history and specialist factual formats as the shake-up to the factual commissioning team continues.
Fledgling indie Woodcut Media has hired former A+E Networks UK commissioner Jinal Patel.
North Yorkshire Police will not take any further action against Jeremy Clarkson after he physically assaulted Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon.
Ed Miliband has committed to defending the licence fee if Labour wins the general election.
BBC1 head of planning and scheduling Dan McGolpin is to become the broadcaster’s daytime controller, stepping into the role vacated by Damian Kavanagh.
The joint chief executives of Shine Australia, Mark and Carl Fennessy, are to leave the company following the Endemol Shine Group mega-merger.
Ben Stephenson plans to embed himself in the US TV industry at JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot – but will stay with the BBC over the coming months to ensure a smooth transition to his successor.
A group of senior TV executives are poised to enter the Big Brother house this summer.
Fremantle Media UK indie Thames has hired Superhero Television founder Lucas Green as its new head of development.
BBC sports anchor Jacqui Oatley has joined ITV to front its coverage of sports including football and darts.
Outline Productions managing director Laura Mansfield has been appointed vice chair of Pact Council.
Stephen Poliakoff is to write and direct a six-part drama set in a bomb-damaged London hotel in the aftermath of World War II for BBC2.
Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman has thanked staff for their work on the show, arguing “at least we left ‘em wanting more” after Jeremy Clarkson was sacked for physically assaulting producer Oisin Tymon.
BBC drama controller Ben Stephenson is to join JJ Abrams indie Bad Robot to lead its television division.
BBC3 investigative reporter and presenter Stacey Dooley has revealed she is optimistic about the channel’s proposed move online and has begun producing short films ahead of the shift.
The BBC has laid on security for director general Tony Hall after he received a death threat for not renewing Jeremy Clarkson’s Top Gear deal.
North Yorkshire Police is conducting witness interviews in relation to the Jeremy Clarkson “fracas” - but Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon will not press charges against the presenter.
John Yorke has stepped down as the managing director of Company Pictures after more than two years and All3Media is now hunting for his successor.
Fremantle Media UK comedy label Retort has hired Vera Productions’ Rebecca Parkinson as its head of production.
BBC2 will attempt to get the final three episodes in the 22nd series of Top Gear on air despite sacking Jeremy Clarkson for assaulting a producer.
Gary Carter is to leave Endemol Shine Group less than four months after the super-indie mega-merger was approved.
Alan Yentob has suggested that Jeremy Clarkson’s workload on the 22nd series of Top Gear may have been a factor in his physical assault on producer Oisin Tymon.
The BBC’s decision to release Jeremy Clarkson after he physically assaulted a Top Gear producer has sparked speculation about his future and that of the motoring show.
Jeremy Clarkson turned to new legal advisers ahead of the BBC’s decision not to renew his contract, it has emerged today.
The senior producer at the centre of the Jeremy Clarkson ‘fracas’ has expressed gratitude to the BBC over its handling of the incident which has led to the presenter’s dismissal.
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BBC director general Tony Hall has confirmed that Jeremy Clarkson’s contract will not be renewed after an internal inquiry found the presenter physically assaulted Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon.
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Amanda Hill, one of the architects of BBC Worldwide’s super-brand strategy, is leaving to join US broadcaster A+E Networks.
The Late Late Show with James Corden got off to a good start on Monday evening, beating NBC’s rival brand Late Night with Seth Myers.
The Roughcut founder spoke at the launch of Hiive, the Creative Skillset-backed network for the creative industries. Atalla gave an insight into how he broke into TV and revealed The Office may never have been made if his maths ability was better.
Radio 1 controller Ben Cooper has indicated that the outcome of Ken MacQuarrie’s investigation into the Jeremy Clarkson ‘fracas’ is thought to be “about 24 hours away”.
London Live head of news Vikki Cook has left the local TV channel following the previous departures of programming chiefs Jonathan Boseley and Derren Lawford.
Dinah Caine is to become chair of the Creative Skillset board, prompting the training body to begin a hunt to replace her in the chief executive role.
The campaign to reinstate Jeremy Clarkson has taken a theatrical turn with The Stig delivering a nearly million-strong petition to the BBC’s Broadcasting House in a tank.
Mark Damazer, the former BBC deputy director of news and controller of Radio 4, is among three new members of the BBC Trust.
Jeremy Clarkson made an angry outburst at a charity auction last night in which the Top Gear host revealed he expected to be sacked over the ‘fracas’ incident.
Irish broadcaster TV3 Group has appointed Lynda McQuaid as director of content to replace the outgoing Jeff Ford.
A decision on Jeremy Clarkson’s future at the BBC could be made next week after an inquiry into the “fracas” is handed to director general Tony Hall.
ITV has recruited Channel 4’s head of viewer relationship management, Steve Forde, to become its director of marketing and experience for online and on demand.
Hungry Bear Media is launching an offshoot with Michael McIntyre as the first step of creating a wider production group.
Former BBC chief creative officer Pat Younge and former Channel 4 executives Lucy Pilkington and Narinder Minhas have joined forces to launch London and Cardiff-based indie Sugar Films.
The BBC walked away with 18 of 28 gongs at the RTS Awards, as well as a special recognition prize for Ben Stephenson, who called on the industry to get behind the corporation during charter renewal.
The BBC Trust has rejected a complaint about the use of the word “pikey” in an episode of Top Gear in February last year.
Colin Callender’s Playground Entertainment has continued its push into the UK with the hire of Film4’s senior development editor.
Betty chief executive Liz Warner is to step down from the Discovery-owned indie she founded more than 13 years ago.
Social media management firm Gleam Futures has hired Maverick digital producer Claire McArdle to develop a range of ideas for its YouTube talent roster.
BBC Worldwide has hired Skyworks managing director Damian Keogh as head of drama.
Jeremy Clarkson’s “fracas” with a Top Gear producer continued to dominate the headlines over the weekend. Broadcast rounds up the biggest stories.
Lenny Henry is to be honoured at the Broadcasting Press Guild (BPG) Awards today for his contribution to television and championing industry diversity.
The BBC’s investigation into the Jeremy Clarkson “fracas” will be overseen by Ken MacQuarrie and will be the highest-profile test yet of the corporation’s new bullying procedures.
Fresh One Productions’ Claudia Rosencrantz has been promoted to a newly-created role in which she will oversee editorial and commercial operations following the departure of Roy Ackerman.
Inside The Gangster’s Code producer Nerd TV is boosting its popular factual development plans with the hire of Supernanny producer Jeremy Lee.
Endemol Shine Group has launched its first new label since its merger in December - a drama indie headed up by Luther and Silent Witness exec Phillippa Giles.
Jeremy Clarkson was suspended by the BBC after throwing a punch at Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon, according to reports.
Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended as the presenter of Top Gear following a “fracas with a BBC producer”.
Jane Tranter is to leave BBC Worldwide Productions and is expected to return to the UK’s independent production sector.
Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chair Margaret Hodge has called on BBC Trust chairman Rona Fairhead to resign over her handling of the HSBC tax evasion scandal.
BBC Worldwide has appointed Twenty Twenty executive producer Kirsty Hanson as commissioning executive for its recently-launched international channel BBC Earth.
Three River Fiction, the drama division of Jonathan Drake’s indie, has hired former Emmerdale writer Ben McGrath as development producer.
BBC chairman Rona Fairhead will address questions about her role in an HSBC tax scandal in front of a committee of MPs next week.
Martin Davidson has been named as the BBC’s head of specialist factual as the changes to the corporation’s factual commissioning team begin to shape up.
All3Media indie Lion TV has created three new head of department positions as part of a 50% increase in development spend designed to broaden its slate.
Chrysalis Vision, the drama indie resurrected by Mick Pilsworth and Chris Wright, has hired Marchlands assistant producer Sue Gibbs as creative director.
Chris Evans has established a vehicle to produce the upcoming live 20th anniversary episode of TFI Friday alongside Monkey Kingdom and Olga TV.
BBC factual commissioner James Hayes will leave the corporation at the end of March.
Tony Hall will today set out plans for the BBC to harness the power of data to offer audiences Amazon-style recommendations as it bids to become a “pioneer” in the internet age.
Nick Thorogood is to leave Food Network owner Scripps Network after five years.
Broadchurch producer Kudos will enter a new era by promoting Lovely Day founder Diederick Santer to become joint chief executive alongside Dan Isaacs.
Jane Turton has landed the top job at All3Media after a five-month global search by its new owners Liberty Global and Discovery Communications.
Danny Cohen will attempt to wean staff off their “addiction” to the overnight ratings by introducing sophisticated internal data, which will also how reveal how the BBC is reaching underserved viewers.
Endemol Shine Group has promoted Dragonfly boss Lucinda Hicks to chief operating officer of its UK division.
Dazed & Confused head of video Ravi Amaratunga is leaving the publisher to head up Vice Media-owned magazine i-D’s international video output.
Fremantle Media International has hired Shine International senior vice president of acquisitions Georgia Brown as it looks to increase its scripted output.
ITV has appointed temporary factual commissioner Andrew O’Connell on a permanent basis to replace the outgoing Katy Thorogood.
Electric Ray has hired Endemol exec Shaun Parry as its creative director of entertainment.