Psychological illusionist Katherine Mills is to perform mentalism and magic on Watch after the channel ordered an Objective Productions format.
The acting chair of the BBC Trust, Diane Coyle, has failed to make the shortlist for the full-time position.
MTV has renewed Whizz Kid’s dating series Ex on The Beach for a second series.
The emoticon is to be transformed into a TV star after former CBBC chief Theresa Plummer-Andrews teamed up with French indie OuiDo Productions.
Sky head of factual Celia Taylor has had her role expanded to include responsibility for entertainment commissioning at the broadcaster.
Tulisa Contostavlos will open up about her Sun on Sunday sting in intimate detail for a BBC3 documentary next week.
ITV’s female-skewing, free-to-air channel ITVBe is to launch on 8 October.
Channel 4 News’ multiplatform head Anna Doble plans to take Radio 1 Newsbeat to the “next level” when she joins the BBC music station later this year.
Prince George is to travel the world after DRG sold an ITN-produced documentary to a slew of international broadcasters.
BBC Amreica’s forthcoming mystery drama Intruders launches next month.
The co-founder of beauty business Blow, Dharmash Mistry, has been hired as the BBC’s sixth non-executive director.
Netflix is to increase its focus on local producer relationships as it continues with its international expansion plans.
Bectu is to meet with BBC boss Danny Cohen next week following the broadcaster’s decision to scrap in-house programming quotas.
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.
The BBC’s main television channels have all posted declines in audience appreciation and reach as Delivering Quality First (DQF) began to bite, according to new figures.
MONDAY: ITV’s Long Lost Family saw off competition from John Bishop’s Australia on BBC1 to win the 9pm slot, while Channel 4’s Royal Marines doc held steady.
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“How to Win Gold was such a fascinating and well-made piece of television that it even had me hooked.”
How the corporation tackles them could decide its future direction, says Chris Curtis
This week Talking TV focuses on the BBC’s proposal to scrap its quota system - and goes behind the digital rig of Channel 4’s Secret Life Of Students.